Jodie Taylor has offically won the UEFA Women’s Euro golden boot.

Taylor managed to beat fellow Gunner Vivianne Miedema to the golden boot during the 2017 Euros.

The England striker netted an astonishing five goals in 328 minutes for the Lionesses, despite crashing out in the semi-finals to tournament winners, the Netherlands.

Miedema of the Netherlands still won the silver boot with four goals in six appearances, and Lieke Martens won the bronze with three goals, although the Dutch forward also bagged two assists.

Miedema had a brilliant tournament overall and although she only signed for Arsenal from Bayern Munich in May, I think we have every right to be excited about her.

The 21-year-old was massively impressive and went on to score a brace in the Netherlands’ 4-2 win over Denmark in the final, which is a huge achievement at such a young age.

The highest ever golden boot winner at the Women’s Euros was Germany’s Inka Grings in 2009.

The second highest scorer was Lotta Schelin from Sweden in 2013 with five. Therefore, five,  from Taylor is excellent going.

The all-time top scorers were Inka Grings, Heidi Mohr, and Birgit Prinz. All players were from Germany and they all scored 10 overall.

Taylor’s first three goals came against Scotland when England thumped their neighbours 6-0. It was the first hat-trick to ever be scored by a Englishwoman at a major tournament.

The 31-year-old’s second came against Spain, in the Lioness’s 2-0 win, and third against France.

Taylor has now scored 14 goals in 27 appearances for her country, as well as five in nine at Arsenal.