Bolton's own Paddy McGuinness celebrates as the England's Lionesses win the UEFA Women's Euro 2022.

Watching the match with his kids at home, Paddy shared a celebatory video on social media saying 'Get in there, get in there, the Lionesses, yes, history, yes!'.

Earlier today Paddy said he couldn't wait for the match and wished the Lionesses good luck, stating the women were 'fantastic role models and doing the country proud'.

He said: "Can’t wait for this, what a tournament! Good luck Lionesses.

"Fantastic role models and doing the country proud.

"I’ll be watching with the kids and cheering you all on from our living room!

"History makers."

Throughout the match, Paddy shared his excitement cheering on the team and when the Lionesses won, Paddy said 'it's home!!!!!!!!'.

England have won Euro 2022 in front of the Duke of Cambridge and a 90,000-strong crowd at Wembley Stadium.

The Lionesses beat Germany 2-1 after extra time, securing the first major tournament title for any England team since 1966.

The team are also expected to have made history with the biggest home TV audience on record for a women’s football match.

Ella Toone, player from Manchester United Women's team scored the first goal followed by Chloe Kelly, player from Manchester City Women's team.