A video of Luke Shaw being pooped on by a bird, with Jack Grealish laughing at his misfortune makes for hilarious viewing.
The England lads enjoyed some down time after they booked their spot in the World Cup last 16 following their big win over Wales.
The Three Lions produced a stunning second half display to beat Wales 3-0 at the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium on Tuesday.
Marcus Rashford opened the scoring with a superb free-kick, with Phil Foden doubling England's lead moments later. The Manchester United star man completed the scoring with a solo effort.
England face Africa Cup of Nations champions Senegal in the last 16 and spirit in the camp seems high, evident from a amusing video of Grealish, Shaw and Bukayo Saka.
The England trio went out for dinner, with the Man United left-back under attack by a bird, who pooped on his shoulder.
"I'll launch this water bottle at them now, bro," Shaw joked.
Grealish's reaction can be heard as he bursts out laughing before pointing to the bird sitting in the tree.
"Can you not see his b**** there," he told Shaw. "They're right above you there."
The video, uploaded by Mason Mount, then zooms in on the bird before panning back to the Manchester City forward, who can't contain his laughter.
Arsenal winger Saka can be seen leaving the scene in a hilarious moment.
Shaw and Grealish, meanwhile, played in England's victory over Wales while Saka and Mount were unused substitutes.
But they could be in contention to start when England resume their Qatar venture against Senegal.
Though the performances of Rashford and Foden gives Gareth Southgate a good selection dilemma.
Shaw, who missed the 2018 World Cup through injury, sadly revealed that his grandmother passed away before the World Cup.
And he rejected Southgate's compassionate leave offer in a bid to fulfil his dream of playing at a World Cup.
He referenced the spirit in the England team when talking about how he's dealing with the lost.
"I think togetherness in the squad is something that I've not witnessed in a team before, everyone's so close together. We get on so well and we push each other everyday day to get better and keep the standards higher," he said.
"And especially after the USA game, you saw what the team are like. The way the lads trained the next day, with the ones that weren't involved, it was high quality and it shows that togetherness.
"I think that helps the spirit and the company, brings everyone closer together and the squad is a very strong unit."
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