England faced off with bitter rivals Germany in the final of the Women’s European Championship.
The Three Lionesses do not have the best record against the Germans in competitive action, so a tough match was expected.
However, England took the lead after 62 minutes via Ella Toone, before Germany drew level with 11 minutes to go.
The two sides could not be separated in normal time, with a 110th-minute strike from Chloe Kelly in extra time needed to hand England a historic win.
A number of high-profile figures were, of course, in attendance on Sunday to watch England’s women in action. Two of which were Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount and Manchester City’s Phil Foden.
Now, football.london have explained what the pair did after England’s second goal went in.
As per football.london: “The Chelsea attacker was in a jubilant mood like many others once Kelly’s goal passed the nervy VAR check. In the celebrations, as well as cheering, the 23-year-old linked together with Man City’s Phil Foden to show appreciation to the team that are destined to win the best achievement of the year at the next BBC Sports Personality awards.
“As well as celebrating with his fellow international teammate in his corporate box at Wembley, Mount sent the team a message after the game on his Instagram @masonmount, reading: “Inspirational!!! You deserved this @lionesses! Congratulations!!”