England defender Kyle Walker has offered to pay for a fan to get a tattoo of his teammates John Stones after he bagged a brace against Panama.
Stones opened the scoring with an excellent header eight minutes in, before notching a second from a clever free-kick routine - following in after Raheem Sterling had been denied from close range.
Last night, Manchester City fan Jess had tweeted to say that if City and England's No.5 was on the scoresheet, she'd get him tattooed on her.
Stonesy helped himself to two of course, meaning Jess's tweet blew up big time on social media and forced her to keep her ink promise.
Incredibly, not only has she received a short message from Stones himself via the official England twitter account, his club and national teammate, and fellow Yorkshireman Walker has offered to cover the costs.
Just a brilliant story all-round, really. The burning question, however, is do Stones' two goals equate to two separate tattoos or just one big fuck off tattoo of 'the Barnsley Beckenbauer'?
Either way, we can't wait to see what the finished thing looks like.
Following on from his heroics today, Stones now has more World Cup goals than England's all-time World Cup top scorer Wayne Rooney, while he's also got more than Neymar, Lionel Messi and his club colleague Sergio Aguero in this tournament after two games.
The former Everton man is having a great tournament so far and his stats are extremely impressive.
Keep doing bits Johnny, lad.