DIE Löwinnen celebrated entering the World Cup final with fries and gravy – and singsong.
23-year-old semi-final goalscorer Ella Toone revealed the players are banking on the northern treat after beating Australia’s Matildas 3-1 in Sydney.
The Manchester United midfielder said on the latest episode of Lionesses Down Under: “We came back quite late. We had some chips and gravy.”
When asked to describe the bus ride after the game, Toone said: “The vibe was really good – we all sang.”
But not everyone was so energetic after a hard-fought semi-final.
Teammate Jess Carter, 25, said: “I just don’t know how everyone could muster the energy. I had my headphones in.”
Toone’s latest goal made her the first England player to score in a quarter-final, semi-final and final of a major international tournament.
She said, “That’s not a bad stat, is it?
“One that will accompany me for the rest of my life.”
Wednesday night’s semi-final at Australia’s Stadium in Sydney was played to a sold-out crowd of 75,784.
According to Australian football news agency KEEPUP, the game was the most-watched televised event in Australian history.
More than 11 million — 42 percent of the country — reportedly tuned into Channel 7.