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The England squad let off some steam as they marked the end of Euro 2020 with a richly-deserved party at Wembley on Sunday night.

The Three Lions may have suffered penalty shootout heartbreak against Italy, but reaching their first major final in 55 years was certainly cause for celebration.

Gareth Southgate's side spent six weeks away from their families and loved ones after first linking up ahead of warm-up matches at the start of June.

Narrow 1-0 victories in the friendlies against Austria and Romania set the tone for the pragmatic style Southgate would utilise in the tournament to lead England to the final.

Maguire led the conga…

…which weaved around the Wembley suite

Along the way there were brilliant victories over Germany and Ukraine, as well as extra-time drama to overcome Denmark and reach the final.

And despite their anguish against Italy, the Three Lions had much to be proud of as they reflected on the tournament in a Wembley suite.

Penalties are arguably the most crushing way to lose a match, but that did not dampen spirits and Maguire was seen leading a lengthy conga around the venue.

Hawkins was in good spirits

Harry Coady posed with Kane

Each player had a personalised table for loved ones and many took to Instagram to share pictures of their joyous reunions, while there was also plenty of mingling between different families.

Maguire, one of the many leaders in the England squad and the orchestrator of the conga, was joined by partner Fern Hawkins.

Conor Coady's brother, Harry, was pictured with captain Harry Kane and defender Tyrone Mings, while the Wolves defender himself recently described the last six weeks as the best of his life.

Harry Coady also grabbed a picture with Mings

Stones posed with sister Jenny

John Stones, who forged a formidable centre-back partnership with Maguire, posed with his sister, Jenny, while Jack Grealish spoke to Ben Chilwell's sister, Alex.

England's record-top-goalscorer Wayne Rooney made an appearance to pay tribute to the current crop of players, who drew praise for the brilliant way they conducted themselves throughout the tournament.

As the night progressed, the karaoke machine was brought out and there were renditions of Oasis' Don't Look Back in Anger as well as England's unofficial Euro 2020 anthem, Sweet Caroline.

Grealish posed with Chilwell's sister Alex

Wives and girlfriends were reunited with their partners

Jordan Pickford's partner, Megan Davison, was among the wives and girlfriends to document the evening on her Instagram account, while in a separate post she shared her pride at her partner's performances at the tournament.

Coady's wife, Amie, shared a heartfelt image of her husband and their three sons with the caption: "Daddy's coming home."

The Wembley party carried on deep into the night before players returned to The Grove Hotel, where they were seen checking out on Monday morning.

Three Lions legend Rooney also dropped in to say hello

Southgate offered a wave to the cameras as he left, while he also cast doubt on his long-term future as England boss in a press conference.

Nonetheless, the 50-year-old will take charge of the Three Lions at the World Cup in Qatar in 18 months' time and the latest reports suggest he is on course to be knighted for his achievements so far.

Southgate led England to the semi-finals in Russia three years ago and will be desparate to carry on his side's upward trajectory by going one better than the final they reached this summer.

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