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“Loser keeps James Corden in the Dark”: England taunts America ahead World Cup clash tonight, but US football fans hit back at the game should be renamed to SOCCER if it wins

  • The USA and England are ready to fight at the World Cup tonight 
  • Twitter was a place where there were many ribbing and squabbling between fans. 
  • One Twitter user joked that “England vs USA” was the winner and that James Corden would be kept by the loser.” 



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With both sides still trying to reach the knockout stage, there is a lot at stake in football terms for England’s game against the USA tonight. 

But social media users believe it’s also the perfect chance to solve two hot button issues: which country gets to keep James Corden – and whether the beautiful game should be known as football or (whisper it…) soccer. 

One Twitter user joked, “England Vs USA – the loser gets to keep James Corden.” 

A cheeky American fan wrote, “The whole world will eventually refer to soccer after tonight’s win against England,”       

Today’s social media users suggested that this evening’s game was the best chance to decide who keeps James Corden 

'The whole world will eventually call it soccer after tonight's USA win against England,' another cheeky American fan added

Another American fan said, “The whole world will eventually refer to soccer after tonight’s win by the USA against England.”

The football v soccer divide was one of the hot topics on social media throughout the day

The football vs. soccer divide was one the most talked about topics on social media throughout today 

England is on a strong run and will only require a win in Group B’s final two rounds to make it to the knockout stages.

After conceding a late penalty Monday to Wales, the US is still searching for its first victory in Qatar. Today, Wales lost 2-0 against Iran.   

Today’s exchanges were heavily influenced by references to past conflicts. Brits shared photos of a burning White House by British troops during War of 1812 and Americans responded with scenes of famous victories from the War of Independence. 

Corden also received a lot of mentions. Twitter users referenced Corden dozens of times. 

In October, the Brit was banned from one of NYC’s most popular restaurants – Balthazar – after he berated and yelled at servers over getting an omelette order wrong.

Julia Carey and her husband complained to the server about the egg white in the dish. The server agreed to return the dish.

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References to past conflicts featured heavily in today's back and forth - with some Brits sharing photos of the White House being burnt down by British troops

Today’s back-and-forth was heavily influenced by references to past conflicts. Some Brits shared photos of the White House being destroyed by British troops.

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Keith McNally, restaurant owner, added that the kitchen had remade the dish but sent it with homemade fries instead of a salad.

“That’s when James Corden started shouting at the server, “You can’t do my job!” You can’t perform your job! Maybe I should go to the kitchen and make the omelet !”’

McNally replied that Corden was the most abusive customer’ and that the Brit had behaved similarly at Cafe Luxembourg, a restaurant he used.  

England were given a boost by news team stalwarts Harry Kane and Harry Maguire are fit and raring to go for tonight’s clash at the Al Bayt Stadium.

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England is in strong form and will only need a win out of Group B's remaining two rounds of fixtures to progress to the tournament's knockout stages, following its 6-2 drubbing of Iran

England is on a strong run and will only require a win in Group B’s final two rounds to make it to the knockout stages.

After sustaining a blow to his ankle on Monday against Iran, Kane, Three Lions captain, went to have Kane checked out. However, Kane was cleared to return to training on Wednesday.

Wayne Rooney, an ex-england legend, warned against complacency and predicted that the US could shock their transatlantic counterparts after seeing the performances of both teams in the Olympics. World Cup’s opening matches

The USA were great in the first period against Wales. They moved the ball quickly and were aggressive. They also had a lot of energy in the game against Wales, as Rooney wrote in The Times of the USA.

‘I think here the Americans’ approach will be similar.’  

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