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for the European Championship final against Germany, the English footballers have their new lucky charm with them.

Englands Fußballerinnen wollen auch nach dem EM-Endspiel gegen Deutschland jubeln. © Rui Vieira/AP/dpa England's footballers want to cheer against Germany after the European Championship final.

The eight-year-old Tess became known overnight in England when she was seen on television after the 4-0 victory of the Lionesses in the semi-finals in the semi-finals in the stands danced to Neil Diamonds Gassenhauer "Sweet Caroline". A short clip of it went viral. The broadcaster BBC then invited the enthusiastic young footballer to the Wembley Stadium. Will the little Tess experience the first great success of the Lionesses on Sunday?

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"Time is ripe"

"The time is ripe," ex-national player Karen Carney found in the "Mirror" interview. "The next step for us is to win the thing." On the island there is rarely the chance for an English football team - women and men - so big to get a title.

The English stormed furiously through the group phase, which they completed with 14: 0 goals. After the effort against Spain (2-1), Sarina Wiegmann's team almost played into a frenzy in the semi -finals against Sweden (4-0) - garnished by Alessia Russo's dream goal. With the hoe, Russo played the ball through the legs of the Swedish goalkeeper. Football can be so beautiful.

failed three times in a row in the semi -finals (EM 2012, World Cup 2015, EM 2017). Similar to the English football men, they always seemed to fail on the home stretch. Now England has been unbeaten for 19 games.

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The fact that the Lionesses were considered serious title candidates before the tournament and that top performers such as Beth Mead, Ellen White, Lucy Bronze or Bavaria's new signing Georgia Stanway are primarily due to Wiegman, which the coaching position in September 2021 from has taken over the somewhat unfortunate Phil Neville.

The title dream

"has clicked it from the beginning," said the Dutch woman, who won the European Championship with her home country in 2017, in the BBC interview. «You feel an energy - and that people trust in how we want to work and play. I don't take that for granted, but you have to believe what you do. » The faith now not only has Wiegman and her players, but the whole football nation.

The 52 -year -old Dutchman, who has so far been in every game of this European Championship with the same line -up, has improved the English team everywhere. The offensive is more creative, quick and efficient, the midfield more stable and aggressive, the defense looks calmer and safer. Wiegman regularly emphasizes that her team is prepared for all scenarios. You saw that against Sweden. The English initially struggled, but then found their way into the game and finally dominated the opponent.

Already now observers are certain that the thrilling appearances that the English have shown at this tournament have given another boost to the development of women's football. But a final victory in the classic against Germany and the first big title for an English team since the men's World Cup in their own country 1966 would be the ultimate kick - in the wordin.

In addition, the Lionesses with Germany still have an invoice, because when England was the second in the final in 2009, they lost 2: 6 against the DFB selection. The fact that such a debacle in the sold-out Wembley Stadium is repeated in front of the record backdrop of 90,000 spectators is hard to present with this team. In addition, the eight -year -old Tess also has a say.

after EM final: DFB women now second in the world rankings .
Even if it did not work out the title in the Wembley final, the German footballers convinced with their appearance at the European Championship tournament. The reward: second place in the FIFA world rankings. © Imago/Sports Press Photo The DFB women make up for places in the FIFA world rankings through the European Vice Championship.

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