Northern Ireland made history by beating Ukraine at Seaview to reach the finals of Euro 2022 in England.
Skipper Callaghan’s 55th-minute strike gave her side the lead at Seaview in Belfast before substitute Caldwell added a second deep into stoppage time to make it 4-1 on aggregate and ensure the nation’s first ever participation at a finals tournament.
Northern Ireland 2-0 Ukraine (Agg: 4-1) ⚽️— Love Belfast ❤️ (@love_belfast) April 13, 2021
They've only gone and done it!#NorthernIreland make history by reaching the finals of an international women's tournament for the first time.
🔥 Ats. Us. Nai. #ANewDream #GAWA #GameChangersNI pic.twitter.com/hZLsx1tgkM
Fantastic for @NorthernIreland another crack in the glass ceiling. So proud of all this team has achieved. Just what the country needs at the moment. Thank you history makers. #GAWA #gamechangersNI #HeadingToTheEuros https://t.co/USIUynaj4l— Arlene Foster #WeWillMeetAgain (@DUPleader) April 13, 2021