England's non-playing squad members - plus Kobbie Mainoo - report for training the day after Serbia win, but Luke Shaw remains out

England beat Serbia 1-0 in their opening game at Euro 2024 on Sunday eveningReal Madrid star Jude Bellingham grabbed the only goal after 13 minutes LISTEN to It's All Kicking Off! Were England good in their opener or is the criticism fair? 

Luke Shaw did not take part in training alongside England's non-playing squad members on Monday, following the Three Lions' Euro 2024 opener against Serbia.

Gareth Southgate's side laboured to a narrow victory in Gelsenkirchen thanks to Jude Bellingham's 13th-minute header.

The Real Madrid star, along with the other 10 starters - plus subs Conor Gallagher and Jarrod Bowen - were absent from the training pitches as they completed a recovery session.

They were also joined by Luke Shaw, who - despite taking no part in the fixture - continues his specific regiment as he builds towards full fitness.

According to Henry Winter, the Manchester United left-back, who has not played since February, trained on Sunday and there remains a small chance that he could be involved in Thursday's Group C match against Denmark.

Gareth Southgate put his players through their paces on the training pitches on Monday

Gareth Southgate put his players through their paces on the training pitches on Monday

The majority of England's non-playing substitutes took part in the session at England's base

The majority of England's non-playing substitutes took part in the session at England's base

The 12 players will be eager to impress the coach and force their way into the starting line-up

The 12 players will be eager to impress the coach and force their way into the starting line-up

Luke Shaw was not part of the session, as he continues to build his fitness on his road to recovery from injury

Luke Shaw was not part of the session, as he continues to build his fitness on his road to recovery from injury

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The likes of Anthony Gordon, Ollie Watkins and Cole Palmer completed a training session at the team's base as they look to make their case to get minutes in the tournament.

Red Devils youngster Kobbie Mainoo was part of the 12-player group that were put through their paces by the England manager, having only entered the action in the 86th minute.

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Despite the win and clean sheet - their fifth on the bounce in Euros group stages matches - England have come in for criticism from pundits, both domestic and overseas.

Southgate's side started on the front foot and were rewarded in the 13th minute when Bellingham nodded in from close range.

But Serbia grew in the game, especially after the break, and could feel slightly hard done by not to get anything from the game.

The head coach, though, remained confident that there are goals in his side, despite the unconvincing victory.

'Today was just the finishing and a good save from the goalkeeper from the (Harry Kane) header at the end.' He told BBC.

Denmark manager Kasper Hjulmand is preparing his side for the test of England on Thursday

Denmark manager Kasper Hjulmand is preparing his side for the test of England on Thursday

The Three Lions can clinch qualification to the next round with victory over Denmark

The Three Lions can clinch qualification to the next round with victory over Denmark

'But that will come. I'm confident we will score goals. You're playing against a back five. It's not easy to create chances, but we did and in the end one was enough.'

Attention quickly turns to the Three Lions' next fixture against the Danes when they could secure passage to the round of 16. England sit top of the group thanks to Denmark's draw with Slovenia earlier on Sunday.

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