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Chloe Kelly jubilantly belted out 'Vindaloo' with her England teammates and later attended a barbecue to celebrate the Lionesses historic

por Sally Pedley (2022-08-13)


Chloe Kelly jubilantly belted out 'Vindaloo' with her England teammates and later attended a barbecue to celebrate the Lionesses historic Euro 2022 win. 

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The England Work safe white card gold coast winger, 24, took to her Instagram on Monday to passionately share with fans that she is 'still buzzing from yesterday' before posting a video outside in the sunshine with her family and friends.

Ms Kelly recorded herself dancing on a bus with her England teammates singing the iconic football track before smiling and laughing as she excitedly starts singing before the song begins. 

Meanwhile, Leah Williamson shared an image of her teammate Beth Mead in a car clutching two McDonald's takeaway bags, as they celebrate their triumph over Germany.

As Ms Kelly arrived home this evening, her PE teacher Julie Curley recalled her football 'skills' on her first day in the playground.

She told Sky News: 'I remember her first day so clearly, I walked through the playground and I could see this young blonde girl doing kick-ups in the playground and a large group of people gathered around her.

And I thought wow, this girl has skills, who is she? And little did I realise just quite how skilful she was.' 

It comes as England's victorious Lionesses partied with thousands of fans to celebrate their historic Euro 2022 win - the nation's first major football trophy for 56 years - with the hungover players belting out Sweet Caroline and admitting they have 'partied more than we've played football in the last 24 hours'.

Around 7,000 supporters went wild at the event hosted by Alex Scott in Trafalgar Square, where fans were dancing in the fountains last night after Chloe Kelly's extra time goal.

Many of the players were wearing dark sunglasses after MailOnline revealed that they were dancing and singing in their hotel until 4am - but roared on by the crowd they proved they were ready to celebrate again this afternoon.

Addressing the huge crowd in central London today, captain Leah Williamson raised the trophy and said: 'We've partied more than we've played football in the last 24 hours'.

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