England stars put through their paces in post-match yoga session after struggling to Denmark draw

ENGLAND stars have been put through their paces during a yoga session after the draw with Denmark.

The Three Lions could only slump to a 1-1 draw against the Danes despite Harry Kane scoring the opener.

GettyEngland stars took part in a yoga session following the draw to Denmark[/caption]

GettyBukayo Saka got involved with the stretches[/caption]

GettyDeclan Rice took his shoes off for the session[/caption]

GettyThe session was taken by Dr Rebekah Jade[/caption]

The session was taken by Nike trainer Dr Rebekah Jade at the Spa and Golf Resort Weimarer Land.

A host of the England players were snapped during the session.

This included the likes of Ollie Watkins, Declan Rice, Conor Gallagher, Kyle Walker, Bukayo Saka, Marc Guehi, Kieran Trippier and Jordan Pickford.

They could be seen doing multiple poses such as the high lunge, the chair pose, tadasana, and the warrior pose.

It is not the first time that England have used yoga during a major tournament.

During the World Cup in Qatar in 2022 the squad had a session as they settled into life in the Middle East.

It has been a mixed start to Euro 2024 so for Gareth Southgate‘s side.

The team are currently top of Group C having won one and drawn one.


The Three Lions won their opening game of the tournament 1-0 against Serbia.

However there has been some criticism of the team’s overall performances despite looking set to qualify for the knockout stages.

England are next in action as they face Slovenia in their final group game on June 25.

A win would guarantee the top spot of the group, while a draw could risk Denmark leapfrogging them should they beat Serbia.

Kane spoke after the draw against Denmark in which he claimed that the team are starting games well before dropping off.

He said: “We are starting games well.

“But when the teams are dropping a few players deeper we are not quite sure how to get the pressure on, and who is the one who is supposed to be going.”

GettyThere were eight England players taking part in total[/caption]

GettyKieran Trippier and Jordan Pickford did the high lunge pose[/caption]


ENGLAND stumbled to a drab 1-1 draw with Denmark.

Here’s how SunSport’s Tom Barclay rated the Three Lions team.

Jordan Pickford: 6

Looked a little jittery early doors, though there was nothing he could do about Morten Hjulmand’s corker and he made a decent parry after the break.

Kyle Walker: 7 

Made England’s opener by racing round a sleeping Victor Kristiansen – he’ll be having nightmares of that forevermore – and teeing up Kane via a deflected cross.

John Stones: 6

OK but you have got to wonder how fit he feels having barely played for Man City in the second half of the season, plus his injury and illness issues over the last month.

Marc Guehi: 8 and my star man

Really encouraging again from the Crystal Palace centre-back, looking sharp with his interceptions and assured in distribution.

Kieran Trippier: 6

Like Stones, he was fine, but England really need Luke Shaw back ASAP because having no natural left-footer at left-back is a problem.

Trent Alexander-Arnold: 5

This experiment of playing Trent in midfield is far from convincing, especially when his passing was off it like it was here, barring one good ball to Saka. Subbed on 54 minutes.

Declan Rice: 5

Had to cover so much ground as England dropped worryingly deep in the first half and also lost it a few times in front of his back four.

Bukayo Saka: 7

Not quite as electric as his first half against Serbia, but another solid showing from our right winger who has been our most consistent attacker across the two games.

Jude Bellingham: 6

Nowhere near the majestic display he put in against Serbia and one of many who looked tired.

Phil Foden: 7

Was far more involved than against Serbia – although that was not hard – and had a few dangerous efforts from range, including one that smacked the post after the break.

Harry Kane: 6

Netted his 64th goal for his country with an opener he could not really miss, but then gave the ball away from Denmark’s leveller. Surprisingly subbed.


Conor Gallagher (on for Trent, 54): 7

Vital clearance on the stretch when Christian Eriksen was lurking and was not afraid to put his foot in.

Ollie Watkins (on for Kane, 70): 6

Played in by Bellingham’s lovely ball after coming on but could not finish from an acute angle.

Jarrod Bowen (on for Foden, 69): 6

Copped a nasty tackle which saw Joakim Maehle booked.

Eberechi Eze (on for Saka, 69): 6

On for his tournament bow though he was rarely involved.

‘We’re struggling with and without the ball’, admits Harry Kane

HARRY KANE admits England “haven’t been good enough” at the Euros.

Here’s what skipper Kane said after the disappointing 1-1 draw with Denmark:

“We’re struggling with and without the ball.

“The pressing in both games hasn’t been quite right. We haven’t been good enough, from top to bottom, from me to Picks (Jordan Pickford).

“Everyone is dropping below their level a bit, in terms of retaining the ball, playing under pressure.

“We know there’ll be a bit of noise and disappointment back home.

“But it’s a time to stay calm and we’ll get there step by step.

“It wasn’t our greatest game but we got away with draw.

“We are starting games well. But when the teams are dropping a few players deeper we are not quite sure how to get the pressure on, and who is the one who is supposed to be going.”

“In the second half, we changed it with me and Jude (Bellingham)  playing in front of their two midfielders. But it was difficult.”


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