Women's national football team of Germany won the eighth European title after beating in the final in Solna, 1-0 (0-0), representative of Norway, informs AFP.
The only goal of the meeting was marked by Mittag, after 49 minutes.
Germany goalkeeper Nadine Angerer saved two penalties to help her side clinch the European Championship. Norway were handed a fine chance to take the lead when Cathrine Dekkerhus went down in the area under minimal contact from Da Mbabi in the area, earning a penalty. Ada Hegerberg had a strike correctly ruled out for offside before Kessler hit the post for the Germans in the closing stages.
Germany, who won the sixth consecutive European title, it was also imposed in 1989, 1991, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2005 and 2009.
The other three editions of the European Football Championship Women who have not been won by Germany went to Sweden (1984) and Norway (1987 and 1993).
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