Mason Mount and Phil Foden erupt in wild celebrations for Euros win

Mason Mount and Phil Foden erupt in wild celebrations after their female counterparts secured historic Euros victory for England against Germany at Wembley

  • Mason Mount and Phil Foden show sheer delight as England win Euro 2022 
  • The Premier League pair were in attendance as the Lionesses made history 
  • Mount and Foden could emulate women’s team at the World Cup this winter 

Premier League stars Mason Mount and Phil Foden can be seen erupting in wild celebrations on a video posted social media as they attended England’s Euro 2022 Final at Wembley. 

The England duo watched on as Sarina Wigman’s team beat Germany 2-1 thanks to Chloe Kelly’s extra-time winner. 

Upon seeing the historic goal, Chelsea’s Mount and Manchester City star Foden show their delight by shouting and dancing along with the crowd inside Wembley Stadium. 


England pair Mason Mount and Phil Foden celebrate the goal that sealed the Euros for England

Mason Mount can be seen dancing and singing along with the crowd at Wembley Stadium 

Phil Foden can’t hide his delight in seeing England’s Lionesses win Euro 2022 last night 

The Lionesses ended 56-years of hurt for English football fans with their first-ever major trophy of the England Women’s team. 

Ella Toone had put England in front with a delicate lob midway through the second half, before Lina Magull equalised eleven minutes from the end to force the tie into extra time. 

Chloe Kelly then poached on a loose ball in the box from an England corner to score the winner just when it looked like a penalty shoot out was looming.  

The Premier League pair were at Wembley to see if England’s Lionesses could make history 

Leah Williamson and Millie Bright lift the Euro 2022 trophy after beating Germany at Wembley 

Chloe Kelly was the match winner as England ended 56-years of hurt to win a major trophy 

The England men’s pair will be hoping to emulate some of the scenes seen at Wembley later this year at the World Cup in Qatar. 

It will be an unfamiliar time and setting for both fans and players when the tournament interrupts domestic action in November, but England will be hoping to go one better than their semi-final showing four years ago.

Both Mount and Foden were part of the Gareth Southgate squad that reached the final of Euro 2020 last summer. 

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