Beth Mead won the Golden Boot as her six goals helped England claim Euro 2022 glory. The Arsenal striker scored the same number as Alexandra Popp but edged out the German due more assists.
The race for the Women’s Euro 2022 Golden Boot has been fascinating, with so many top scorers in England. Norway’s Ada Hegerberg started as one of the favourites, having returned to the international fold after a five-year absence, while her Scandinavian colleagues Pernille Harder (Denmark) and Stina Blackstenius (Sweden) were also in the game.
However, England super substitute Alessia Russo finished third with four goals, including a memorable back heel strike in the semi-final against Sweden.