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Harry Kane enjoys sauna as Jesse Lingard is given a massage on England’s World Cup 2018 rest dayJesse Lingard revealed he is getting himself ready as he was given a muscle massage at the Three Lions training HQ in RepinoJake Polden15:00, 8 JUL 2018Updated16:56, 8 JUL 2018Harry Maguire set for bumper Leicester City pay rise after England World Cup heroicsThey will ramp up their preparations for England’s first World Cup semi final in 28 years with a training session on Monday, before travelling to Moscow on Tuesday ahead of the crunch showdown at the Luzhniki Stadium.Lingard was surprised by his mum moments after England booked their place in the semi final of this summer’s World Cup with a win over Sweden.The Manchester United midfielder had previously posted an image of himself holding his phone after the win over Colombia, alongside the caption: “No mum, I’m not coming home. It’s.”The tweet paid homage to Baddiel and Skinner song Three Lions, and showcased England’s confidence ahead of a brilliant display against Sweden.He followed the tweet up with a short video of him hugging his mum after Saturday’s 2 0 win, along with the caption: “Because I said we ain’t going home she came here. Love you.”Lingard wasn’t the only England player who took to social media to celebrate after the match, with the ever funny Kyle Walker getting in on the fun.Like Lingard, the Manchester City defender paid tribute to the popular England song, which will have been sung in every pub in the country on Saturday.David Beckham trolls Zlatan Ibrahimovic after England beat Sweden in World Cup quarter finalHe also took his opportunity to poke fun at his team mate Harry Maguire, who opened the scoring for the Three Lions with a brilliant header on Saturday.England captain Harry Kane was decidedly more serious than his team mates.Fabian Delph sparks laughter in the BBC studio after he refers to his wife as a “machine” after England’s victoryHe shared a picture of himself celebrating Maguire’s goal, alongside the caption: “Brilliant from everyone today.