Chloe Kelly: Chloe Kelly robbed the gathering by waving her shirt after the winning goal, celebrated in a sports bra after the winning goal

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Chloe Kelly celebrating winning goal of Women’s Euro Championships final

Chloe Kelly: The final match of the Euro Women’s Championship between England and Germany was played at Wembley Stadium in London. Many world records were made in this match, but England’s player, Chloe Kelly, was the highest in the limelight. Kelly scored the winning goal in the 111th minute of the match, on the basis of which England created history by winning this thrilling match 2-1. But the iconic moment came after the final hooter sounded when Kelly took off her shirt and was seen running across the field in a sports bra.

Chloe Kelly robbed the gathering by waving her shirt after the winning goal

The way Chloe Kelly waved her shirt in the air is being discussed a lot. Fans are constantly giving their reactions on social media. One fan wrote, “Chloe Kelly’s celebratory photo speaks to women empowerment. She has not taken off her shirt to look sexy or anyone else, but to express her happiness, she is celebrating the power, talent and Euro victory with her teammates. This is a sports bra, not a feminist movement.”

Chloe Kelly sets record for winning goal

Chloe Kelly also set a new world record by scoring this goal. It was England’s 22nd goal in the Euro Championship. Earlier, Germany had the world record for the most goals scored in a European Championship, 21.

The record of maximum spectators coming to the stadium made in the match

More than 87,000 spectators gathered at Wembley Stadium to watch the Women’s Euro Championship final. This was the largest number of spectators at the stadium for any European Football Championship match.

Kelly took off her shirt and made Indian fans reminiscent of Ganguly

This incident at Wembley Stadium may have refreshed a special moment in the minds of unwary Indian sports fans. After defeating England in the final of the NatWest Trophy, the then captain of Team India Sourav Ganguly took off his shirt and waved it in the air in the balcony of Lord’s Stadium in London.

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