As singer Tom Grennan scores at SoccerAid on the day after the Three Lions’ snoozefest against Italy, England fans are all saying the same thing.

Following Tom Grennan’s goal at Soccer Aid, England supporters have been saying the same thing.

Just one day after the Three Lions’ humiliating draw against Italy, the singer-songwriter showcased his football skills.


Grennan finished very impressively and England fans were impressed


Against the Euro 2020 champions, Harry Kane and his teammates failed to create any meaningful chances.

It was also Gareth Southgate’s side’s third consecutive Nations League match without a win.

Some fans believe that if Grennan had been leading the line last night, England would have won.

When the England XI lost 4-1 on penalties to the Rest of the World XI at Soccer Aid, the musician displayed his electric speed.

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Grennan sped past two defenders before going one-on-one with opponent Tom Stoltman, the World’s Strongest Man for the previous two years.

Grennan considered his options before slipping the ball past the colossal keeper.

Fans wondered if Grennan could make England’s next squad, and took to Twitter to express their thoughts.

“We probably would have beaten Italy if Tom Grennan had started up front last night,” one commentator said.

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“Get Tom Grennan in the England squad, he would’ve probably scored against Italy,” one person wrote.

“This has been more entertaining than the England-Italy match yesterday,” one observer observed.

“This England team in Soccer Aid is far superior to the England team that played against Italy last night,” another added.

After 20 minutes, when Chunkz brought down Patrice Evra, the Rest of the World took the lead.

The penalty was calmly converted by Noah Beck.

But, just before halftime, England equalized when Chunkz won a penalty at the other end.

Before Grennan put England ahead early in the second half, Mark Wright scored a well-taken goal.

With half an hour remaining, Rest of the World’s Kem Cetinay scored an equalizer to make it 2-2.

In the remaining time, neither team was able to score a goal.

After that, the game went to penalties, with Grennan’s delight quickly turning to disappointment as he missed England’s first attempt.

Russell Howard blundered his lines as Lee Mack scored the game-winning penalty for the Rest of the World, making the final score 4-1.

Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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