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Victorious Lioness Ella Toone takes a dip in the sea

Victorious Lioness Ella Toone takes a dip in the sea while on holiday with her boyfriend after helping England triumph at Euro 2022

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Lionesses star Ella Toone continued her celebrations a week after helping England triumph at Euro 2022 by taking a dip in the sea with her boyfriend.

The Manchester United forward was spotted soaking up the sun in Ibiza, enjoying drinks and holding hands with her partner on the beach.

The pair were then seen enjoying each other’s company in the water as she continued her holiday, having earlier enjoyed a relaxing day onboard a yacht in the Mediterranean.

Toone and teammate Ellie Roebuck yesterday took a boat trip around the smallest of Spain’s Balearic islands, Formentera, spending the day sunbathing and jumping into the crystal clear sea. 

Roebuck, one England’s three goalkeepers, shared a snap on her Instagram story which she captioned ‘Beach day @ellatoone’.

Toone posted a video in which she jumped from the bow of the boat and joked that her eyelashes were now on the bottom of the sea.

They had spent the previous night at beach club Ushuaia with teammates Leah Williamson and Nikita Parris. 

Williamson, the team’s captain, shared a picture on Instagram of the four footballers at the club, where they enjoyed a night of music by DJ Calvin Harris. 

Lionesses star Ella Toone continued her celebrations a week after helping England triumph at Euro 2022 by taking a dip in the sea with her boyfriend

The Manchester United forward was spotted soaking up the sun in Ibiza, enjoying drinks and holding hands with her partner on the beach

The Manchester United forward was spotted soaking up the sun in Ibiza, enjoying drinks and holding hands with her partner on the beach

The star was pictured enjoying a drink by the beach with her boyfriend - one week on from the Euro 2022 triumph

The star was pictured enjoying a drink by the beach with her boyfriend – one week on from the Euro 2022 triumph

The pair were then seen enjoying each other's company in the water as she continued her holiday, having earlier enjoyed a relaxing day onboard a yacht in the Mediterranean

The pair were then seen enjoying each other’s company in the water as she continued her holiday, having earlier enjoyed a relaxing day onboard a yacht in the Mediterranean

Lionesses star Ella Toone continued her celebrations a week after helping England triumph at Euro 2022 by taking a dip in the sea with her boyfriend

Lionesses star Ella Toone continued her celebrations a week after helping England triumph at Euro 2022 by taking a dip in the sea with her boyfriend

Toone secured her place in folklore last week with a stunning goal in England's famous 2-1 win over Germany at Wembley

Toone secured her place in folklore last week with a stunning goal in England’s famous 2-1 win over Germany at Wembley

She struck just six minutes after coming on in the second half, earning praise from men's team captain Harry Kane for her audacious chip

She struck just six minutes after coming on in the second half, earning praise from men’s team captain Harry Kane for her audacious chip

Toone secured her place in folklore last week with a stunning goal in England’s famous 2-1 win over Germany at Wembley.

She struck just six minutes after coming on in the second half, earning praise from men’s team captain Harry Kane for her audacious chip. 

A brilliant ball from Keira Walsh set the substitute in on goal and she produced a composed finish to lift the ball over on-rushing Germany keeper Merle Frohms.

After the match, Tottenham Hotspur strike Kane – who was among the 87,000 fans in the stands at Wembley – tweeted: ‘Absolutely unreal scenes at Wembley!! Massive congrats to the amazing @Lionesses !! @ellatoone99 take a bow for that finish too.’

The following day, 22-year-old Toone appeared on stage at Trafalgar Square with former England international and BBC pundit Alex Scott and was asked about her goal.

Scott said: ‘Ella, you’re through on goal, right there, you’re the most composed and calm person, over 80,000 people, how did you stay so composed?’

Toone replied: ‘I don’t know, I don’t know.’ Then Scott added: ‘So you see it go in the back of the net, and then what’s going through your mind then?’

Toone replied: ‘Well yeah, it took about ten minutes to go in the back of the net. And then I ran off and then the whole stadium erupted, and it was the best feeling in the world. So yeah, buzzing.’

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