Fans cry as Alex Scott breaks down in tears as she celebrates Euro 2022 win
ALEX SCOTT had England fans bawling after she broke down in tears while celebrating the Lionesses' Euro win.
The popular pundit was left in an emotional state of shock as the Lionesses did their country proud by beating Germany at Wembley.
Ella Toone gave the hosts a 62nd minute lead before Lina Magull equalised with 11 minutes left.
The game went to a nail-biting extra-time.
But it was England who came out on top thanks to sub Chloe Kelly’s 110th minute winner - which even prompted a congratulatory message from Her Majesty the Queen.
And former Lioness Scott could not stop the tears from flowing as she watched Sarina Wiegman’s team lift the trophy.
This resulted in many watching from home reach for the tissues themselves.
One said: “I can’t look at Alex Scott crying – it’s making me cry too!”
Another tweeted: “Alex Scott crying gonna make me cry, she literally loves this so much.”
One declared: “Ah Alex Scott is gonna make me cry.”
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Another added: “Alex Scott is my idol she keeps making me cry.”
Scott also delivered a passionate defeat hailing the success of women’s football while blasting previous doubters.
Scott said: "This is a dream for every young girl playing football! This is incredible.
“It's not just me, there are so many people that has been involved in getting women's football to this point, to see this team lift this trophy, I can't even sum it up.
"This is literally what we have all been waiting and dreaming of. The amount of investment that has gone into the games to get it to this point.
"Do you know what this moment reminds me of? 99' Women's World Cup when USA won that.
"It changed the face of soccer and football in America forever. I feel it, this is a moment in England that... this is the moment.
“Let's just remind ourselves as well, back in 2018, we were begging people to host in their stadiums a women's game for this Euro's.
"So many people said no, I hope you are all looking at yourselves right now because you weren't brave enough to see at what it could have been.”