England stars Mount, Rice, Walker and Shaw sing ‘Sweet Caroline’ with fans while on holiday together

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England's Euro 2020 stars are enjoying a well-earned rest ahead of the new season.

Despite a heartbreaking loss to Italy in the Final, the feel-good mood on the nation has followed Kyle Walker, Mason Mount, Declan Rice and Luke Shaw abroad with the foursome together on holiday.

Neil Diamond's 'Sweet Caroline' became one of the anthems on the Three Lions' run to the Final, with Gareth Southgate describing the 1969 hit as "a belter".

And his players agree, with the Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City and West Ham players belting out the tune while on holiday together.

As Shaw, Mount and Rice sat around the table singing along with Three Lions presenter Josh Denzel, Walker emerged through the crowd with his arms aloft to lead the chorus with his table.

The party atmosphere also followed goalkeeper Jordan Pickford after the tournament, with footage this week showing the shirtless Everton shot-stopper on someone's shoulders while 'Believe' by Cher was blasting out.

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