England’s heroes enjoy relaxing stroll as they recover from memorable Germany win while Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell re-join the rest of Three Lions squad after isolation – with stars who didn’t play getting down to work ahead of Euro 2020 quarter-final
England’s heroes enjoyed some down time following their momentous victory over bitter rivals Germany on Tuesday night.
England skipper Harry Kane and his team-mates went on a stroll on Wednesday morning as they recovered from their 2-0 Euro 2020 last-16 win.
As the players who played a significant part in the memorable evening relaxed, the remainder of Gareth Southgate’s squad got down to work on the training field.
England’s Harry Maguire, Jordan Pickford and Harry Kane (front: left to right) enjoy stroll
England’s heroes from Germany win enjoyed some down time on Wednesday morning
ngland’s Bukayo Saka, Luke Shaw and Declan Rice (left to right) recover from Tuesday’s match
Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell re-joined their England team-mates at training on Wednesday morning following their period in quarantine.
The Chelsea stars were forced into isolation after being deemed to have had close contact with their club team-mate Billy Gilmour following England’s group-stage draw with Scotland on June 18. The Scottish player subsequently tested positive for coronavirus.
The duo’s time in quarantine ended on Monday night, less than 24 hours before the Three Lions last-16 showdown with Germany.
As the players who played a significant part in the memorable win relaxed, the remainder of Gareth Southgate’s squad got down to work on the training field, including Mason Mount
Ben Chilwell (third right) also returned to the training pitch after his period in quarantine
Neither featured in England’s knockout win at Wembley on Tuesday night after being separated from the squad and training alone last week.
But both Mount and Chilwell were back out on the pitch with their Three Lions team-mates at St George’s Park on Wednesday.
Southgate took a session for the players that did not feature or barely played in the Germany victory with the likes of Phil Foden, Jordan Henderson and Tyrone Mings getting down to work ahead of their quarter-final tie against Ukraine in Rome on Saturday.