THE glittering trophy cabinets of Euros winners like Cristiano Ronaldo are often filled with medals, shirts and match balls.
But in Chloe Kelly’s flat in Manchester, there will soon be a framed SPORTS BRA.
Her wild celebration — whipping off her England shirt and swirling it above her head as she raced away — captured the nation as the Manchester City forward’s extra-time winner delivered England its first trophy since 1966.
She said: “I’m going to frame my boots, my shirt and, of course, my sports bra — absolutely everything.”
Many fans claimed Kelly’s euphoric reaction at Wembley was in homage to women’s football legend Brandi Chastain.
The ex-USA midfielder provided one of the sport’s most iconic moments when she celebrated her country’s victory in the 1999 World Cup final in a black sports bra.
Chastain even tweeted: “I see you Chloe Kelly well done. Enjoy the free rounds of pints and dinners for the rest of your life from all of England. Cheers!”
It was in fact QPR cult hero Bobby Zamora — and not a poetic act of feminism — which inspired Ealing-born Kelly’s manic moment.
The forward was sitting under the Wembley Arch to witness her beloved Hoops win the 2014 Championship play-off final through Zamora’s last-minute winner.
Now Kelly, with her blonde ponytail and sports bra, has inspired a new set of kids — just as Zamora did eight years ago.
She said: “The celebration just came in the moment. I never thought of that moment happening.
“You don’t expect it to happen, so I just went mental.
“I said to my family before the game that there’s going to be a Bobby Zamora moment.
“I’m just soaking up all of these experiences. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
“I hope our fans did that, too. To do this in front of our home fans is so special and a dream come true.
“I don’t think it has truly sunk in. We won the Euros and I scored the goal. It’s unreal.”
Just like the day when Bobby Moore and Co lifted the World Cup 56 years ago, it was a fairytale ending as England took down the Germans at the Home of Football.
Kelly ended nearly six decades of footballing pain in front of a record crowd of 87,192, the biggest attendance at a Euros, men or women.
It was a huge achievement by Kelly given she had battled back from an ACL injury that ended her Olympic dream last year and threatened her Euros one.
The Lionesses were also roared on by a record peak of 17.4million TV viewers in homes and pubs across the nation. The Queen even hailed the team as “an inspiration”.
But humble Kelly will not be splashing out on a new Ferrari or luxury holiday villa after being crowned the nation’s heroine — all she wants is a new puppy.
She added: “I’m going to go home, see my family and my dog Otis. I’m getting another puppy on Friday!
“I convinced my boyfriend to get one. I want to spend some time with my family and then we’ll get the puppy.”
Kelly, who does not drink, was in good spirits yesterday, while the other Lionesses looked worse for wear after Sunday’s party-time shenanigans.
She even busted out the ‘shuffle’ dance move on stage in front of thousands of fans at London’s Trafalgar Square, while her hungover team-mates clapped out of time in their huge sunglasses.
Kelly added: “We partied hard. We go again. Georgia Stanway sorted out sunglasses for all the girls. I don’t drink, so I just had lemonade.
“I never really looked at my phone after the final until I got home — and then I couldn’t sleep. I’ve still not got through all my messages.
“To celebrate with the fans in Trafalgar Square was amazing. I can’t put into words what is happening. I can’t reach out to everyone but just thank you for the support.
“Looking at this medal makes you so much hungrier for more. The World Cup is around the corner. I want to win trophies.
“As a young girl, you grow up seeing people win trophies — and we’re here doing that. One is not enough. We want more.”