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German newspapers didn't seem to handle defeat entirely too well after the Lionesses were victorious in Sunday's euphoric UEFA European Women's Championship final at Wembley Stadium.
In a report from the Daily Mail, the tabloid magazine Bild said England's heroic win "has a nasty, rotten smell" after Ukrainian match officials waved away the German side's desperate appeals for a handball in the England box.
"New Wembley Fraud," the newspaper said about Geoff Hurst's notorious extra-time goal in the 1966 men's World Cup Final against Beckenbauer's Germany.
"This mustn't be true. This simply cannot be true!" its lead article read.
The article also noted that the nearly 60 years following the "wrongly given" Wembley goal, their "women are again suffering a fraud in a final against England."