Kieran Trippier has shared a hilarious clip on his social media of him stripping down to his pants as he gives his kit away to a number of Andorra players who had asked for it.
The 30 year old, who started at left back for The Three Lions in Sunday's 4-0 win, is seen taking off his shirt and shorts as he walks past a queue of opposition players who had requested their own piece of memorabilia from the World Cup Qualifier at Wembley.
After swapping his England shorts for the Andorran equivalent and handing over his shirt, Trippier is left with just his underpants and boots.
"I was running out of things to give away!" Trippier wrote as the caption to his post.
It provoked some great reactions from the defender's followers, the best being the quick-witted remark 'Kieran Strippier'.
Andorra defender Marc Vales, who exchanged shorts with Trippier, also commented, saying "Thanks for the change. It's a dream for us to play a game against you.
Looking forward to see you in Andorra next month."
Players swapping shirts has become something fans have become accustomed to, particularly at the end of 'special' matches. However, several players, including PSG's Lionel Messi, have expressed their reluctance about doing so, with the Argentinian turning down a request from Rennes winger Mitchell van Bergen on the former's debut for his new club.
Trippier and his England teammates return to action on Wednesday evening. They will travel to Warsaw to take on Poland, who currently sit second in the group having won three out of their five matches.
It will be interesting to see whether Gareth Southgate will be as experimental for the match as he was for the victory over Andorra. In addition to playing Trippier on the left, the 51 year old also started Liverpool star Trent Alexander-Arnold in a more advanced position and gave starts to several players on the fringe of the starting eleven, such as Jude Bellingham, Jesse Lingard and new boy Patrick Bamford.
Kick-off for Wednesday's crunch match is at 7:45pm.
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