This game will go down in history.
England win the start of the European Women’s Championship 1-0 against Austria – and that in front of a record crowd!
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In the mood for women’s football: Manchester United’s David de Gea (left) and Harry Maguire (middle)Photo: LEE SMITH/REUTERS
68,871 fans flock to sold-out Old Trafford in Manchester. More than ever in a European Women’s Championship match. Even before kick-off, they create goosebumps.
Even during the opening ceremony with a fire show and the national anthem that followed, the spectators panicked. Among them were Manchester United stars Harry Maguire and David de Gea. Former DFB vice-president Rainer Koch is also excited in the stands.
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The English EM start in front of 68,800 fans at Old TraffordPhoto: Getty Images