England fans in love with Chloe Kelly as Lionesses hero runs away from live BBC interview to sing Sweet Caroline
ENGLAND hero Chloe Kelly cut her post-match interview short to sing ‘Sweet Caroline’ with her teammates after her historic goal fired the Lionesses to their first ever European Championship title.
The 24-year-old etched her name into the history books when she scored the decisive goal in the Euro2022 final to put England 2-1 up against Germany.
When the ball hit the back of the net, she wheeled away in celebration while waving her shirt in the air.
She was booked for the act, but it didn’t matter in the end as the Lionesses went on to lift the trophy.
And while fans have hailed her a hero, many have also applauded the Manchester City star for her reaction during a post-match interview with the BBC.
Kelly said: “Look at them!
“It’s amazing honestly! Thank you to every single person that got out to support us. This is unreal!”
But, before she could say anything else, she broke out into song, screaming ‘Sweet Caroline’ as it played out from the main speakers.
The Lioness then ran over to join her teammates as they celebrated in front of the Wembley crowd.
Fans took to Twitter to react, with one person writing: “Chloe Kelly running off mid-interview with the microphone because she was so desperate to sing Sweet Caroline with her teammates was just perfect.
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Another added: “Chloe Kelly breaking off the post match interview to join in the ba ba bas in Sweet Caroline into the mic is Perfect.”
A third wrote: “Chloe Kelly running off with the mic screaming Sweet Caroline is an absolute vibe.”
While another joked: “BBC have got to stop interviewing them when Sweet Caroline is on!”
After enjoying the moment with her fellow teammates, Kelly quickly returned to complete the interview, adding: “Thank you to everyone who played a part in my rehab.
“To be here and score a winner, it’s special. All my family are here, my sister, my nephews, everyone. I just want to celebrate now.”
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