David Cameron has filmed a good luck message for the England football team ahead of their first World Cup match tonight.
The Prime Minister admitted that the draw - which sees Roy Hodgson's players take on Italy - was "tough", but stressed the country was behind them in a video message for FATV.
"All of those club rivalries fade away and we'll all be joining together, gathering round the television, sitting in the pub - which will be open late - and cheering on our national team," he said.
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