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Euro 2022: England star Lucy Bronze posts hilarious video of post-final celebrations

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England star Lucy Bronze shared a hilarious video on Instagram of her celebrations after the Euro 2022 Final.

Bronze was an integral part of the Lionesses squad which earned a historic title at Euro 2022.

It was the first time England won a major tournament since the men’s side triumphed at the World Cup in 1966.

The Lionesses defeated Germany 2-1 at Wembley to win Euro 2022, with Chloe Kelly scoring in extra-time to wrap up the victory.

The celebrations began for the Lionesses as soon as the final whistle went, with an ecstatic Wembley crowd of 87,192 partying in the stands.

The partying continued long after the fans left the stadium, with the Lionesses enjoying a celebration at their hotel in the evening and a special event at Trafalgar Square the next day.

Bronze was one of many among the squad who looked a little worse for wear, donning a pair of ski goggles to hide her face, but she was clearly having the time of her life.

The 30-year-old has now shared a brilliant video of the day on Instagram, alongside the caption: “Instagram Vs Reality… celebrations edition!”

The clip starts off with a series of photos of Bronze with the Euro 2022 trophy, but it soon descends into chaos.

The star defender is shown dancing around in an England flag, singing into a microphone on stage at Trafalgar Square, and trying to get into shot during a recording of Lionesses Live.

A number of Bronze’s teammates also found the video hilarious, with Demi Stokes commenting: “😂😂😂”.

Bronze, who announced a transfer from Manchester City to Barcelona in June, is closing in on 100 international appearances for the Lionesses.

She has twice been named the BBC Women’s Footballer of the Year, was named the Best FIFA Women’s Player in December 2020, and finished as runner-up for the 2019 Ballon d’Or Féminin.

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