MARCUS RASHFORD is the latest England star to take on the gauntlet that is Bukayo Saka's "spelling school."
A host of other stars including Jack Grealish, James Maddison and Declan Rice have all tried and failed to overcome the spelling test.
And Manchester United ace Rashford became the latest to try and overcome the challenge.
Saka has previously used the words; aesthetic, rhythm and pronunciation as his testers.
After realising he was being filmed and bursting out into laughter, Saka revealed Rashford's word was "embarrassed."
Following a moment's thought Rashford spelt the word, and was so close to becoming the first person to pass Saka's spelling school.
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However, Rashford spelt the word with one just one r, when in fact he needed two.
To signal Rashford's wrong answer, Saka made an attempt at a Britain's Got Talent style buzzer before bursting out into laughter and shouting: "You're wrong."
The camaraderie in the England camp appears to be very high, and Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate has been doing all he can to ensure his squad remains relaxed before they face France on Saturday.
This tactic included a secret gig from former Take That singer Robbie Williams after he paid the England camp a visit last night.
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The inflatables are back too, while the squad have been bonding over a card game called Werewolf.
England just edge out France when it comes to meeting them in tournaments.
The record goes two games in England's favour, one win in France's and two draws, with Saturday's quarter-final being the sixth time the nations have met in competitive international football.
While the overall record is good news, the catch to this is that England last beat France in 1982.
But an apparent time traveller has already predicted England to come out on top against Kylian Mbappe and Co.
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