HARRY MAGUIRE has revealed the inflatable unicorns are back for England.
The inflatable animals became iconic at the last World Championships when several players happily rode them in the swimming pool.
They then made a comeback last year as England managed to make it through to the Euro 2020 final.
And now, for the third major tournament in a row, the inflatable unicorns are making an appearance.
Maguire confirmed the return of the beach toys with an Instagram post.
Alongside a picture of the unicorns perched on a pool edge, the defense attorney wrote, “Nice to see you again.”
Bukayo Saka’s was the most memorable team member to take on the inflatable unicorns.
The Arsenal star was pictured with a cheeky smile on his face, soaring through the air on the unicorn amid England’s stunning run to the end of Euro 2020.
The image became one of the defining images of the year and was a source of comfort after penalties once again proved to be England’s downfall.
Maguire, Jesse Lingard, Jordan Pickford, Declan Rice were among others pictured enjoying themselves on the inflatable boats.
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The unicorns are one of the few features that will be familiar to England fans at this World Cup.
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Drinking rules have become a point of discussion again after Qatar flipped drinking in stadiums yesterday.
England fans have pondered how to circumvent the new command.
Meanwhile, fans were advised to dress modestly and Wags had to seek advice from personal stylists.
And the question of Qatar’s views on homosexuality shows no signs of disappearing either.
Earlier today, Fifa’s media chief personally intervened during a press conference after Fifa President Gianni Infantino attacked Western nations for criticizing the hosts.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/6717037/maguire-england-world-cup-inflatable-unicorns/ Harry Maguire unveils inflatable unicorns during training for the 2022 World Cup in England after sparking joy in 2018 and 2020