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As England contemplate their second group game against Panama, the country is starting to believe again that England can go on to make a decent impression on the rest of the tournament.
In past tournaments there have been divisions between players of rival clubs, too many egos to fit into the same midfield, and problems with players playing out of position.
There are no such problems this time around - even the players from the same team are taking digs at each other.
Jamie Vardy is known for being a bit of a LAD. He loves a joke as much as he loves a breakfast of Red Bull and Snus. Now, the Leicester forward has been taking the mickey out of his club and country team mate, Harry Maguire.
Basically, Maguire has a big head. Even his teammates are hilariously mocking him for it.
Maguire produced an assured performance from the heart of England's defence alongside John Stones and Kyle Walker against Tunisia, while being a massive threat at set-pieces.
As expected, he's kept his place for England's game against Panama today.
And ahead of England's second game of the tournament, Maguire spoke to the assembled media - only for international and club teammate Jamie Vardy to crash his press conference, asking a bizarre yet brilliant question while clenching his fist as a pretend microphone.
"It's Jamie Vardy from the Vardy Express, how big is the diameter of your head?" he asked, according to the Guardian.
It's a burning question and pressing matter for anyone watching the World Cup, to be fair.
Vardy has also dubbed his defensive counterpart as 'Slabhead', too. These England boys are so, so affectionate.
Maguire not only fielded questions from Vardy, he also spoke about the faith and trust instilled in him by England manager Gareth Southgate.
"It's all new to me, like Gareth Southgate said. I've never played the top‑pressure games - the cup finals, the Champions League nights - but Gareth has shown great faith and trust in me, which I'm really thankful for, " Maguire explained.
"To be part of the starting XI was a really proud moment. It was a great experience.
"For me, it was a high-pressure game and I can take great belief from that. I will definitely keep my shirt and get it framed when I get home. It will be going up on my wall somewhere in the house."
Looks like Maguire is helping to make the difference against England's Central American opponents today - maybe Vardy can too (if he gets on the field).