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Five England WAGs took a photo together at Wembley ahead of the Three Lions' victory over Croatia.
England got their Euro 2020 campaign off to the perfect start with a 1-0 win thanks to Raheem Sterling's second-half strike.
Gareth Southgate sprang something of a surprise with his team selection, though it paid off in north London.
One of the more questionable decisions, ahead of the game at least, saw Kieran Trippier named as left-back.
Though Trippier's partner Charlotte would have enjoyed seeing the Atletico Madrid star in action as she partied with other WAGs.
In a post shared by Jordan Pickford's wife Megan, Trippier's partner and Megan are joined by Harry Maguire, Kyle Walker and Luke Shaw's other halves.
The girls are all seen wearing England shirts and denim shorts with only Walker's partner Annie opting not to have her partner's name on the back of her jersey.
Manchester United duo Maguire and Shaw both missed out against Croatia with England's next match coming on Friday against Scotland.
"You know if you don't win the first game, the pressure ramps up," boss Gareth Southgate told BBC Radio 5 Live.
"We have two really difficult games left in this group and we made a good step forward today, but [there are] important steps to go to qualify.
"I'm most pleased with the performance. Of course the win is important. It was a big occasion, a sweltering hot day and the players settled really quickly, used the ball well and we limited Croatia to very few clear chances throughout the game."
Asked about Trippier, Southgate said: "We felt that his talking across the back line and his ability to get out and stop crosses quickly and his experience on a day like today – alongside Tyrone Mings, who is relatively early in his international career – would be a good stabilising element.
"He is a very underrated player. People are still looking at the player from a few years ago and not at the one who is at Atletico Madrid and playing like a warrior in the last few seasons.
"He is a big part of what we've done over the last few years and he gave a really good performance."
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