Jack Grealish lets his hair down as he enjoys tequila shots and parties into the early hours after Euro 2020 defeat
The 23-year-old Aston Villa footballer took to Instagram stories during the early hours of Tuesday morning to share a mid-party selfie.
Well deserved: Jack Grealish let his hair down as he enjoyed tequila shots and partied into the early hours on Tuesday after England’s Euro 2020 defeat
In the picture, which has since been deleted from his social media account, the England star could be seen holding up a shot of tequila while having fun at a party.
Jack looked in high spirits as he posed with his mouth wide open while toasting with his drink.
His night of partying comes after the England squad made history playing their way to their first ever European championships final.
However, despite taking the lead through Luke Shaw in the second minute if the game against Italy, the Three Lions ultimately finished second after losing on penalties.
Heart-breaking: England’s dreams of Euro 2020 glory were shattered at Wembley on Sunday as they lost to Italy on penalties
Jack came on as a second-half substitute in the game while England were searching for an elusive winning goal.
But, despite two spot-kick saves from goalkeeper Jordan Pickford, England’s Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka all missed their efforts to hand the Italians a 3-2 shootout win after a nerve-shredding 120 minutes had ended 1-1.
Meanwhile, Babyshambles frontman Pete Doherty, 42, recently revealed he’d been sent an England shirt by Jack.
Posing near his Normandy home Pete stood with his back to the camera, showing off a crisp shirt stamped with Grealish’s surname and jersey number.
Hinting that he’d been personally gifted the top, Pete wrote: ‘Thanks to super @jackgrealish for the shirt! Go and bring it home!’
Football fan Pete was surrounded by lush greenery and rocked a grey flat cap, also including the hashtag ‘time for heroes’ in his post.
Big fan: Pete Doherty, 42, revealed that he’d been sent an England shirt by Grealish ahead of the Euro 2020 final
Gift: Hinting that he’d been personally gifted the top, Pete wrote: ‘Thanks to super @jackgrealish for the shirt! Go and bring it home!’