Sterling, Walker and Alli enjoy hilarious pranks before World Cup

Raheem Sterling, Kyle Walker and Dele Alli were the latest footballers to star in Jack Whitehall’s hilarious new YouTube series ‘Training Days’.

All three were on Wednesday named in Gareth Southgate’s 23-man England squad for this summer’s World Cup and Whitehall’s new series sees him mix it with the biggest names in football before they head to Russia.

First the comedian visits Sterling’s home in Manchester, where they practised penalties and made jokes at each other’s expense.

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Raheem Sterling starred in the latest episode of Jack Whitehall's new series 'Training Days'

Raheem Sterling starred in the latest episode of Jack Whitehall's new series 'Training Days'

Raheem Sterling starred in the latest episode of Jack Whitehall’s new series ‘Training Days’

The England World Cup star worked on a new T-Rex goal celebration with the comedian

The England World Cup star worked on a new T-Rex goal celebration with the comedian

The England World Cup star worked on a new T-Rex goal celebration with the comedian

He also introduced Whitehall to Big Narstie and taught him about Jamaican food and patois

He also introduced Whitehall to Big Narstie and taught him about Jamaican food and patois

He also introduced Whitehall to Big Narstie and taught him about Jamaican food and patois

‘Did you do this in posh school?’ Sterling jokes to Whitehall.

‘I’m not one of those England fans who’s all doom and gloom so quarter-finals… are you going to watch them on BBC or ITV?’ the comedian responds. 

Whitehall also mocks the forward’s running style, comparing it to a T-Rex and together they worked on a new celebration. Sterling then teaches Whitehall about his Jamaican routes, including the local cuisine and even some words of patois.

‘I thought about (playing for Jamaica),’ Sterling admits. ‘(But) I didn’t play for their youth teams and growing up in England basically all my life, I felt playing for England was the best decision for me.’

Finally, Sterling introduces the comedian to his family and friends, including team-mate Benjamin Mendy and grime artist Big Narstie so he can learn how to party ‘Carnival Style’. 

Next up was Alli, who flies in a helicopter with Arsenal fan Whitehall to a haunted house to help him overcome ‘World Cup fears’. 

Whitehall and Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli flew to a haunted house in a private helicopter

Whitehall and Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli flew to a haunted house in a private helicopter

Whitehall and Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli flew to a haunted house in a private helicopter

The pair shared a tent, with Alli joking on arrival: 'If I p*** myself, it's not going on camera!'

The pair shared a tent, with Alli joking on arrival: 'If I p*** myself, it's not going on camera!'

The pair shared a tent, with Alli joking on arrival: ‘If I p*** myself, it’s not going on camera!’

‘What better way to prepare for the terror of letting the nation down than spending a night in a place frequented by the un-dead?’ Whitehall explains.

During the trip they sing Spurs’ terrace chant ‘we’ve got Alli’ and fly over Wembley, with the Tottenham midfielder admitting it is ‘surreal’ to play their week-in, week-out.

Whitehall then jokes: ‘In the World Cup, obviously there’s a lot players in your squad you’ll play against, what’s it like playing with players who struggle to speak English… (because) he’s great but is it weird with Harry Kane?’

When the comedian then claims, ‘I think Kane might hate me quite a lot,’ Alli jokes: ‘I don’t think he knows who you are… just saying.’

After they arrive at the haunted house, the England star says: ‘If I p*** myself, it’s not going on camera!’ 

They share a tent inside the house and struggle to sleep, filling the silence by discussing Alli’s career. He claims Mousa Dembele and Kane are the best players he has played with.

They then FaceTime Walker, with Alli telling his England team-mate that he is ‘s****** myself’. 

Kyle Walker and Whitehall went undercover to perform 'World In Motion' on Britain's Got Talent

Kyle Walker and Whitehall went undercover to perform 'World In Motion' on Britain's Got Talent

Kyle Walker and Whitehall went undercover to perform ‘World In Motion’ on Britain’s Got Talent

The comedian dressed up as the World Cup trophy while Walker dubbed himself 'Andrew'

The comedian dressed up as the World Cup trophy while Walker dubbed himself 'Andrew'

The comedian dressed up as the World Cup trophy while Walker dubbed himself ‘Andrew’

Walker and Whitehall performed on stage before revealing their true identities to the crowd

Walker and Whitehall performed on stage before revealing their true identities to the crowd

Walker and Whitehall performed on stage before revealing their true identities to the crowd

Finally Whitehall visits Manchester City’s Walker, who has dreamed of recording his own World Cup song. 

The pair then try to win the backing of music guru Simon Cowell by going undercover and performing on Britain’s Got Talent.

Posing as Andy (Walker), a painter and decorator, and Darren (Whitehall), a cleaner from London, they dress up in extravagant outfits before hitting the stage.

‘All these clothes, we need to say a big thank you to Hector Bellerin for lending them to us,’ Whitehall — who is wearing a World Cup trophy costume — jokes. 

Dubbed ‘Two guys and one World Cup,’ they perform New Order’s famous ‘World In Motion’ in front of judges Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon.

‘I thought it was amazing,’ Cowell said.

They then reveal themselves, leaving the crowd and judges shocked.

 

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