England men’s football captain Harry Kane cheered on the Lionesses at Wembley as they faced Germany in the Euro final tonight as they historically beat Germany in the Euro 2022 final .
The England women’s team have just won the second half of extra time in the final in a tense moment for football fans across the country.
Kane was pictured cheering on the team from the stands at Wembley and he, along with the rest of the country, hopes England will bring football home.
Harry Kane at Wembley Stadium supporting the Lionesses
Christine McGuinness also showed her support for the Lionesses, posting on Instagram that they were “women supporting women”.
Earlier today on Twitter he posted: “Hi Lionesses, just wanted to wish you all the best for today’s match against Germany.”
“It will just be an incredible experience in an incredible atmosphere at Wembley.”
“I can’t wait to be there myself so I wish you all the best, good luck, go get that win, the whole country is behind you.”
Christine McGuinness also showed her support for the Lionesses by posting on Instagram: “Women support women
‘Go against the tide
‘Do what they love
‘Believe in yourself
“Fighting for equality
‘And our country behind them shouting “Yes girls”
‘ “COME TO ENGLAND” ‘
Gary Lineker also cheered on the Lionesses all day.
Before the match, he posted on Twitter: “Wishing all the best for the final. You have been absolutely superb in this tournament.
“One more win and you will have footballing immortality. Go make history.
The Match of the Day presenter also commented on how the final shows the growth of women’s football. He said: ‘A full house at Wembley to watch the Women’s Euro final.
“It’s truly amazing to see the growth of women’s football. Football is, more than ever, the global game.
He commented on the match on his stream, calling Ella Toone’s goal “what a finish”, it was “beautifully done”.
After the historic win, he tweeted: “The Lionesses just went and did it, and Kelly is England’s hero, braless.”
He added: Football is a simple game. 22 women chase a ball for 90 minutes and, in the end, England actually win. Congratulations. Fabulous.’
Former England footballer Wayne Rooney supported the team on Twitter today saying: “Wishing the Lionesses the best of luck today.
“It’s been an incredible effort so far and there’s only one last game left. Take the opportunity. Go England #Lionesses’
At around 6.50pm, Lord Alan Sugar tweeted: ‘Come on ladies you can do it, keep your cool.’
The Lightning Seeds and David Baddiel, who co-wrote the famous football anthem with Frank Skinner, both tweeted: ‘It’s coming home’ after the Lionesses won the final.
The group tweeted: ‘What a win @Lionesses. He’s going home !!’
Comedian David Baddiel tweeted “It’s…” during the game around 6:20 p.m.
Then an hour later at 7:20 p.m. he tweeted: “Coming…”
Less than 15 minutes later, the Lionesses won the final, and he completed the famous football slogan by tweeting: “Home”.
He added: “Actually it went home. A sentence I thought I would never write. I went. Thank you Lionesses.’
“It’s coming home,” says David Baddiel, co-writer of the famous football anthem
The Queen also showed her support for the Lionesses after their historic win, saying they would be setting an example for women and girls.
“My warmest congratulations, as well as those of my family, accompany you on your victory at the European Women’s Football Championships.
“This is a significant achievement for the whole team, including your support staff.
“The championships and your performance in them have rightly deserved praise.
“However, your success goes far beyond the trophy you so deserved.
“You have all set an example that will inspire girls and women today and generations to come.
“I hope you will be as proud of the impact you have had on your sport as you are of today’s result.