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Kieran Trippier has emotional reaction as he watches video of his dad telling the England defender how proud he isThe England right back has been a stand out performer in what has been a successful World Cup for the Three Lions19:58, 8 JUL 2018Updated19:59, 8 JUL 2018″When he stepped up the other night to take that penalty my heart was pounding! I’m just over the moon for him because he’s worked so so hard to get where he is today and I just wish him all the best. He deserves all the credit he gets.”On Sunday Trippier featured in a Lions’ Den live stream with Craig Mitch on YouTube, where he answered questions from fans and provided an insight into the England camp.The defender was then shown the video of his dad gushing about how proud he is, and had a lovely response to the touching footage.Luka Modric provides interesting response when asked about Cristiano Ronaldo leaving Real Madrid for Juventus”It’s emotional because he has made a lot of sacrifices when I was younger, for me and my brother, who was a professional footballer. And mum [made sacrifices] also,” said the right back.”He had to work away for long periods of time to pay for my boots and for petrol so my mum could get me to training.Joe Hart played cricket for hometown club Shrewsbury while England faced Sweden in World Cup quarter finalResponding to the clips, he added: “It gives you goosebumps to see how happy they are with how well we are doing, and we just want to keep improving and stick together as a team and create more moments for them.”The most important thing is everyone coming together and we just want to keep putting performances in.