Gary Neville, the England assistant coach, does not like players wearing earphones before the start of a match it seems.
Here he is pulling out Jack Wilshere's earphones on the pitch at Celtic Park before England's 3-1 friendly win over Scotland as the Arsenal man got ready.
He could of course, just not like Wilshere's taste in music.
Wilshere, possibly inspired by the words of Neville, went on to make a magical assist for the opening goal, setting up his club-team mate Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain with a delightful, lofted through-ball.
WATCH: Neville, Wilshere, and the earphones
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Captain Wayne Rooney scored twice as England beat their fierce rival. After Oxlade-Chamberlain's goal, Rooney then doubled England's lead in the 47th-minute, heading in after Scotland failed to clear James Milner's free-kick.
Andrew Robertson gave Scotland fans hope late on with a well taken goal seven minutes from time, but any encouragement Gordon Strachan's side had gained was lost two minutes later when Rooney smashed in a cutback from Adam Lallana to finish a neat passing move and secure victory for Roy Hodgson's side.Reuse content