England’s women qualified to the Euro 2022 final by beating favorates Sweden on a historic night at Bramall Lane.
Beth Mead, Lucy Bronze, Alessia Russo and Fran Kirby fired England to Wembley in front of a captivated 28,624 strong crowd.
England banished their heartbreaking run of three straight semi-final defeats at major tournaments by taking the game to the swedes.
England raised their game in the second half and made a dream start after riding their luck in the first half during a lackluster showing.
With repeated chants of Football’s Coming home reverberating around the home of Sheffield United, Sarina Wiegman’s jubilant side celebrated a joyous victory.
This was a second-half performance for the ages from Wiegman’s side, and one they will never forget.
The Lionesses will now go on to face either Germany or France in Sunday’s sold-out final at the national stadium.
England has reached this height before by contesting the finals of the 1984 and 2009 Euros.