The Netherlands beat Denmark 4-2 to win the women’s European football Championship. They’re only the fourth nation to do so since its inception in 1984. Underdogs Denmark took the lead with a penalty after just five minutes, but the Dutch struck back quickly with an equaliser slammed home. And another goal each followed before the break.
But the Dutch would not be denied, taking a goal early in the second half with a free kick before sealing it off with a brilliant finish in the 89th minute.