Germany manager Martina Voss was troubled by a penalty call in the last defeat.

Germany manager Martina Voss-Tecklenburg said she was upset by her team’s decision not to award a penalty in the first half of Sunday’s Euro 2022 final defeat by England.

Lionesses captain Leah Williamson made a save when the ball hit her hand in a goalmouth scramble with the score at 0-0.

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England won their first major tournament through Chloe Kelly’s winner in extra time after Lena Magill canceled out Ella Toon’s opener in the 90th minute.

After a VAR check, Ukrainian referee Kateryna Monzul was not asked to reconsider her initial decision not to award a penalty.

“It shouldn’t happen at this level in a European Championship final,” Voss-Tecklenberg said.

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“I want to have a debate about why nobody looked at it? That’s something I’d really like to ask. It happened to us today, but if it happened to them, I would feel the same way. It Really bothers me.”

Germany suffered a major blow before kick-off when captain and top scorer Alexandra Pope was forced off in the warm-up with a muscle injury.

Voss-Tecklenburg said the Wolfsburg striker, who had scored six goals in five games at the tournament, suffered the injury in training on Saturday.

“We tried to do everything. There were some problems at the end of the final training session yesterday, which we didn’t expect,” he added.

“This morning it looked a bit better but it was clear the decision was hers. I trusted her 1000 per cent and today she said she couldn’t run or shoot properly.

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“I respect her even more that after such a special tournament, she won’t be playing in the final. She’s a great person.”

German newspaper Bild called the final “another Wembley fraud”.

England’s only previous major win in either the men’s or women’s games came in a 4–2 win over West Germany at the 1966 World Cup, remembered for the Three Lions’ controversial third goal that might have crossed the line. could not

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