World Cup 2018: WAGs including Rebekah Vardy cheer on England during Sweden match – while Megan Davison flashes HUGE engagement ring

Rebekah Vardy during the England vs Sweden matchRebekah Vardy during the England vs Sweden match [Getty]

England and Sweden came head-to-head during the tense World Cup 2018 quarter-final on Saturday, and WAGs including Rebekah Vardy and Megan Davison were there to cheer on their other halves in Russia. 

Clearly feeling the heat, Jamie Vardy’s wife Rebekah looked nothing short of sensational in a sexy white mini-skirt which she teamed with an England shirt, showing her pride for her team as she cheered on Jamie from the sidelines. 

Megan donned the very same tee, yet teamed her look with a pair of stylish ripped jeans as she sat alongside the wives and girlfriends for the tense game.

Jordan Pickford of England's girlfriend, Megan Davison Jordan Pickford of England’s girlfriend, Megan Davison [Getty]

Jamie Vardy's wife Rebekah Vardy cheered on her other halfJamie Vardy’s wife Rebekah Vardy cheered on her other half [Getty]

Just days before, the blonde beauty seemingly confirmed she was engaged to goalkeeper Jordan Pickford by posting a picture of herself on Instagram – sporting a whopping ring on her engagement finger. 

Meanwhile, Harry Kane’s pregnant fiancée Katie Goodland missed out on the World Cup action – as she prepares to give birth to the pair’s baby in Britain. 

The WAGs are taking their place in the crowd cheer the team on as they attempt to make football history once again, after already becoming the first England team to win in a penalty shootout in a World Cup for 12 years – and only their seventh in any major tournament since 1996.

Jordan Pickford girlfriend: Who is Megan Davison?Jordan Pickford is seemingly engaged to Megan Davison [Jordan Pickford/Instagram]

The England team made football history by becoming the first squad in 12 years to win in a penalty shootoutThe England team made football history by becoming the first squad in 12 years to win in a penalty shootout [Getty]

Meanwhile, iconic football anthem Three Lions by The Lightening Seeds and Baddiel & Skinner is being tipped to top the music charts after re-entering the UK Top 40.

The song, which includes the lyrics “football’s coming home, it’s coming home,” was originally released in 1998 for the the European Championships in 1996.

Scooping the number one spot that year, it returned once again in 1998 when it was re-released for the 1998 World Cup.

Jamie and Rebekah Vardy Jamie and Rebekah Vardy [Getty]

Online streaming service Spotify reported that Three Lions was streamed nearly half a million times on England’s last match day.

OddsMonkey spokesman Peter Watton said: “The nation is again getting behind England and this song is again the anthem football fans have adopted, so it would not be a huge shock to see it at number one.” 

They are also currently offering odds at 11/10 on Three Lions being number one this summer.

Post Author: TBJ

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