England Players Enjoy Unicorn Racing The Day After Win Over Tunisia
What's the best way to celebrate winning your opening match at the World Cup? Well of course it's by having unicorn races in the swimming pool.
The England team gave their fans a bit of a scare on Monday night when they needed a very late goal to see of Tunisia 2-1 as they were saved by captain Harry Kane in their World Cup opener.
Whilst the Three Lions had started in a manner even better than their fast pace against Italy four years previously they only managed to score one goal in the opening exhilarating throes of the match.
After that they allowed Tunisia to equalise from the penalty spot and then spent the whole of the second half making it look like it was very much going to be one of those days.
Instead Harry Kane caused scenes up and down the country with his injury time winner.
So with a day off to celebrate their victory before getting right back on the horse ahead of the second game against Panama on Sunday the Three Lions did what anyone would do, had unicorn races in their pool.
England played in Volgograd on Monday night and after a late flight following the match only returned to their base in Repino around 6 am on Tuesday morning.
The starting XI were given the morning off before joining the rest of the squad for a recovery session before training restarts in earnest on Wednesday.
A win on the weekend would guarantee their place in the last 16 should Belgium beat Tunisia on Saturday.
If their unicorns can grant wishes then that's exactly what will happen.
Just when we couldn't like this England team anymore they're playing around with inflatable unicorns in the pool, nice!