Wycombe boys score past Joe Hart to show the England team how to take a penalty at the World Cup

Video: Wycombe boys score past Hart to show England how to take a penalty

Video: Wycombe boys score past Hart to show England how to take a penalty

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ENGLAND'S footballers have been shown how to tuck home a penalty this summer by a trio of friends from High Wycombe – who scored past Joe Hart in a new TV advert.

Matthew Fogg, 21, Aiden Pryor, 22, and Niahm Rogers, 21, beat hundreds of entrants to be crowned Doritos Penalty Shootout Champions.

They star in Doritos’ World Cup-themed campaign and can be seen sticking the ball past England’s number one goalkeeper to beat their Dublin rivals.

Manchester City 'keeper Hart – who is expected to line up in England’s first match against Italy in Brazil on June 14 – was distracted by moving goalposts and flashing paparazzi cameras during the stunt.

He said: “It was brilliant fun, even when the teams of mates had the Mariachi Doritos doing their best to distract me with their mischievous tactics.

“At the end of the day though, the lads from Buckinghamshire stole the show and deserved all the glory that went with it.”


The Bucks boys won the ‘ultimate football trip’ which will see them taken by private jet to soak up the atmosphere at some of Europe’s footballing hotspots.

Mr Fogg, 21, said: “Putting a penalty past Joe Hart was an amazing moment but to win the trip of a lifetime round Europe and star in a TV ad as well has made the entire experience better than anything we could have wished for!”

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