England fans hijack the Will Grigg song and give it a Jamie Vardy twist
By now, we're sure you're well aware that Northern Ireland's Will Grigg has his own song.
If you're *not* aware, where the hell have you been for the last month?
The song about the Wigan Atlhletic striker has taken Euro 2016 by storm, reaching a stage where the Germany defender Mats Hummels is being asked about it in press conferences.
With England fans gearing up for their final group game against Slovakia in Saint Etienne, it appears they've shamelessly stolen the Grigg song, tweaking the lyrics from 'Will Grigg's on fire' to 'Vardy's on fire', in honour of the free-scoring Leicester City frontman.
Ahead of Monday's match, English supporters were spotted belting out their own version of the song (a parody of Gala's 1990s hit 'Freed from Desire') in the city's streets and squares.
— Joe Pickover (@JPickover) June 20, 2016
After recent news, it's great to see so many English fans enjoying themselves without being watched by tear gas canister-wielding riot police. But that didn't stop some people from expressing their disgust...
Sums England fans up that! Ripping the Will Grigg song for a Vardy one! 🙈
— Simo (@simo8691) June 20, 2016
As far as we're aware, ripping off another team's song will not incur any Uefa sanctions.
England kick off at 8pm in Saint Etienne, with Wales playing their match against Russia at the same time in Toulouse.