Women's World Cup 2015: England celebrate in style

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England beat Germany for the first time in 21 attempts

England's Lionesses wasted no time in celebrating their World Cup bronze medals after beating Germany 1-0 in the third-place play-off in Canada.

Fara Williams scored an extra-time penalty as England defeated Germany first the first time in 21 attempts and in doing so achieved the second-best performance by an England team following the 1966 win by the men's side.

Mark Sampson's side danced around the Edmonton pitch in jubilation before sharing their joy on social media.

Karen Carney and Laura Bassett
England midfielder Karen Carney had a kiss for team-mate Laura Bassett, whose last-minute own goal against Japan led to England losing their semi-final 2-1
Karen Carney
Carney also had words of thanks for England physio Donna Gormley
Siobhan Chamberlain
England goalkeeper Siobhan Chamberlain was full of praise for defender Lucy Bronze
Siobhan Chamberlain
Chamberlain also enjoyed the moment with her family
Alex Scott
It looks like England defender Alex Scott is planning a good evening
Casey Stoney
A message home from England defender Casey Stoney
Lucy Bronze
England defender Lucy Bronze posted this picture on Instagram with the message "Something's happening".
Josanne Potter
England defender Jo Potter lets her tweet do the talking
Eniola Aluko
Striker Eniola Aluko celebrates with Katie Chapman and Claire Rafferty

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