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Over the next few weeks, we’ll keep you updated on what our Gunners stars are up to with our World Cup wrap-up.

Catch a look at our third installment as Aaron Ramsdale takes on Hollywood, Matt Turner receives a gift and William Saliba may see some match action.

Rambo vs. Will Farrell

Tonight four of our Gunners could be there when England take on the USA. A victory for the Three Lions would guarantee Aaron Ramsdale, Ben White and Bukayo Saka their qualification for the knockout rounds, while Matt Turners USA will hope for their first win after a hard-fought draw against Wales.

Before the game, Aaron engaged in an argument with Hollywood star Will Ferrell, who is a big supporter of the US team.

However, Aaron was far more flattering when chatting to Gunners legend David Seaman.

Cutlery for gymnasts

Turner, meanwhile, already has something shiny to take home – no World Cup medal yet, but a bracelet from national team boss Gregg Berhalter.

Presenting the jewelry to his entire squad to congratulate them on reaching the finals, the USA coach said: “We want something that will bond and always represent the bond we have together.”

friends reuWhited

As part of England’s social media coverage between games, White paid a visit to their diary room alongside team-mate Kalvin Phillips, who he also played with at Leeds United.

The pair chatted about how they spend their downtime during games and tested each other on some details of their lives off the pitch.

Saka feels the love

Also in the English camp, Saka has spoken about his support from the stands, which has only increased after his two-goal win against Iran in the opening game.

“The love I had from the England fans was special and means everything to me. When you hear the crowd chanting your name and they’re cheering you on, you want to give more for them and do even better for them.

“It’s nice to think that kids look up to me now. I hope I can continue to inspire them, be a good role model to them and make them proud and happy. I always try to behave as well as I can because I know that there are children who look up to me and watch everything I do.

“Any kid who wants to be a footballer has to love football, enjoy it and always play with a smile on their face and just do everything they can to reach their full potential.”

Tomiyasu Fear of Injury

After playing his part in Wednesday’s 2-1 win over Germany, Takehiro Tomiyasu appears to be on the fence in Japan’s next game against Costa Rica on Saturday.

According to Kyodo News, Japan’s media officer told reporters after the game that our defender appeared to be struggling with a hamstring problem – the same illness that saw him miss our last few games before the World Cup break.

Xhaka’s pride

Granit Xhaka’s Switzerland started the World Cup again on Thursday with a 1-0 win over Cameroon and our midfielder played the full 90 minutes.

After the game, he recalled his achievement in captaining his country at a World Cup, saying on Instagram: “What an honor to lead my country at the World Cup. Perfect start – lots to build on!”

Saliba sees game action?

France manager Didier Deschamps has reportedly kept the members of his squad not playing Australia fresh by organizing a friendly against Qatari club Al Gharafa on Thursday night.

That means William Saliba likely got some playing time behind closed doors, resulting in Les Bleus winning 4-0 after their four-goal win over the Aussies.

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