England fans nurse sore heads today after partying to celebrate historic Euro 2022 victory

England fans are sure to be nursing sore heads this morning after the stunning victory of the Lionesses over Germany last night. 

Social media users have told of their hangovers this morning after partying through the night in Trafalgar Square, Wembley and up and down the country to celebrate the first time the Lionesses have won the Euros.

Waking up this morning, one female fan said on Twitter: ‘I’m blaming England’s women’s team for the catastrophic hangover I have to face all day today on a 15-hour shift. Cheers gals.’

Others on the social network shared how their distress looked with tired images of dogs and cats summing up the mood of those who went all night long celebrating the historic victory.  

While those who had not indulged to a great extent shared GIFs showing they were still buzzing from the night before.

England fans are sure to be nursing sore heads this morning after the stunning victory of the Lionesses over Germany last night. Pictured: Twitter image of a dog hanging on to an England ball  

Another said how 'mind blowing' the historic victory had been last night

Another said how ‘mind blowing’ the historic victory had been last night

While those who had not indulged to a great extent shared GIFs showing they were still buzzing from the night before

While those who had not indulged to a great extent shared GIFs showing they were still buzzing from the night before 

Waking up this morning, one female fan said on Twitter: 'I'm blaming England's women's team for the catastrophic hangover I have to face all day today on a 15 hour shift. Cheers gals'

Waking up this morning, one female fan said on Twitter: ‘I’m blaming England’s women’s team for the catastrophic hangover I have to face all day today on a 15 hour shift. Cheers gals’

Others said they had lost their voice from screaming and shouting so much during the match

Others said they had lost their voice from screaming and shouting so much during the match

A person on Twitter said: 'Ridiculous that we don¿t get a day off for winning the Euros. I need at least three more hours sleep before I can face this hangover that the Lionesses made me inflict on myself.'

A person on Twitter said: ‘Ridiculous that we don’t get a day off for winning the Euros. I need at least three more hours sleep before I can face this hangover that the Lionesses made me inflict on myself.’

Some people also speculated how the Lionesses are probably feeling this morning after they were seen partying last night on the front lawn of their hotel still singing and cheering. 

In response, a fan shared a GIF of a man looking shocked and saying: ‘The cleaners turning up for work in the morning.’ 

While another also said on Twitter: ‘Ridiculous that we don’t get a day off for winning the Euros. I need at least three more hours sleep before I can face this hangover that the Lionesses made me inflict on myself.’

Making reference to the epic win at Wembley Stadium, someone else joked about how if ‘stadiums had hangovers’ then the arch in London would ‘surely be wobbling today’. 

The Lionesses were the pride of the nation tonight after Chloe Kelly fired them into the history books.

It had been a tense 90 minutes with flying tackles and yellow cards peppering a highly-energetic match, watched by Prince William in the crowd.

As the celebrations continued, the Lionesses ‘gatecrashed’ manager Sarina Wiegman’s press conference singing ‘football’s coming home’ while two players climbed onto the desk and danced in front off the cameras.

Making reference to the epic win at Wembley Stadium, someone else joked about how if 'stadiums had hangovers' then the arch in London would 'surely be wobbling today'

Making reference to the epic win at Wembley Stadium, someone else joked about how if ‘stadiums had hangovers’ then the arch in London would ‘surely be wobbling today’

Some people also speculated how the Lionesses are probably feeling this morning after they were seen partying last night on the front lawn of their hotel still singing and cheering

Some people also speculated how the Lionesses are probably feeling this morning after they were seen partying last night on the front lawn of their hotel still singing and cheering

Lots of people also replied to UEFA this morning saying how they felt about the match

Lots of people also replied to UEFA this morning saying how they felt about the match 

Happiness and delight also seemed to be the order of the day for many who woke up to victory at last

Happiness and delight also seemed to be the order of the day for many who woke up to victory at last 

Another person shared an image of them on the train psyching themselves up for work this morning

Another person shared an image of them on the train psyching themselves up for work this morning 

Another person shared an image of cartoon character struggling to get out of bed this morning

Another person shared an image of cartoon character struggling to get out of bed this morning 

While another said Three Lions was the only song that really was one to listen to during the early morning commute

While another said Three Lions was the only song that really was one to listen to during the early morning commute 

During the game, the introduction of Ella Toone looked to have settled it after she broke to fizz a shot past helpless German keeper Merle Frohms watched by a record 87,192 in the stadium.

But there was heartbreak minutes later as Magull worked her way into position to equalise, devastating England fans across the country.

With only ten minutes left, the game was left balancing on a knife edge with the ultimate prize at stake.

The stalemate could not be broken, going into another agonising 30 more minutes of extra time which at first had produced nothing more.

People also continued to speculate if there would be 'hungover looks' when the Lionesses emerged this morning

People also continued to speculate if there would be ‘hungover looks’ when the Lionesses emerged this morning 

Another person shared the image of the Lionesses bursting into a press conference and singing 'Sweet Caroline' after their win

Another person shared the image of the Lionesses bursting into a press conference and singing ‘Sweet Caroline’ after their win 

Another person also said how they were on their way to Trafalgar Square with no sleep

Another person also said how they were on their way to Trafalgar Square with no sleep 

Others called for the Lionesses to be given a plinth in Trafalgar Square where many were celebrating the win last night

Others called for the Lionesses to be given a plinth in Trafalgar Square where many were celebrating the win last night 

But Kelly was not about to let the game go to penalties and picked the biggest stage in the world to produce her first ever international goal.

She dominated German keeper Frohms to propel England to a 2-1 lead and set the game beyond any doubt.

Last night, the Queen said the women would go down in history and be icons of sport.

She said: ‘My warmest congratulations, and those of my family, go to you all on winning the European Women’s Football Championships.

‘It is a significant achievement for the entire team, including your support staff.

‘The Championships and your performance in them have rightly won praise.

‘However, your success goes far beyond the trophy you have so deservedly earned.

‘You have all set an example that will be an inspiration for girls and women today, and for future generations.

‘It is my hope that you will be as proud of the impact you have had on your sport as you are of the result today.’

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