Danny Rose appears to s*** himself during England match

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England secured a 2-1 victory over Turkey in their first warm-up game ahead of Euro 2016, but we know what you're all thinking: did Danny Rose really s*** himself? 

Well, we can't answer that for sure, but we most certainly can show you the images that are prominent on Twitter right now. 

The incident involving the Tottenham full-back has been duly noted on social media and, as you can imagine, there has been quite the reaction. 


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Unsurprisingly, former England striker Gary Lineker, who infamously s*** himself while playing for England against Ireland in the 1990 World Cup, couldn't resist taking to Twitter to express his thoughts on the image. 

Lineker wasn't the only one, of course, and we have selected some of the best tweets for your pleasure...

Anyway, here's the image:

Twitter reaction 

Rose MOTM 

It should probably also be noted that Rose enjoyed a steady afternoon playing for the Three Lions. In fact, ITV commentator - and former England manager - Glen Hoddle picked Rose as his Man of the Match. 

Once again, however, there was a reaction on Twitter and it's safe to say that not everybody agreed with Hoddle's choice. In fact, some fans were outraged by the decision. 

Here are a few of the best tweets: 

Did Rose deserve the Man of the Match award and, more importantly, did he s*** himself? Have your say below! 

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