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England players & manager dance to Brazilian beat

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England’s players and management have certainly got into to the swing of things in Brazil, enjoying what the locals have to offer in Rio de Janeiro.

Theo Walcott, Jermain Defoe, Jack Rodwell, Joe Hart and manager Roy Hodgson were all enjoying the sights and sounds of the World Cup 2014 host nation, before getting roped into some moves of the musical variety.

Firstly, Arsenal winger Walcott was invited to strut his stuff alongside some local school children, before Manchester City duo Rodwell and Hart got their hands on some drums.

Hodgson then took centre stage with some sweet moves, before the players took on the locals in a well-received five a-side clash.

Luckily for England, there are no injuries to report – from either the dancing or the match.

Watch the brilliant video below and let us know if you think the Three Lions will beat the Samba stars on Sunday night...

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