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World Cup games are generally played at high stakes and fans put more pressure on the USA-England game on Friday, claiming the loser would need to keep James Corden within his confines indefinitely.

England are in fine form and need just one win in the remaining two rounds of Group B to advance to the knockout rounds of the tournament after beating Iran 6-2.

The USA, meanwhile, are still looking for their first win in Qatar after conceding a late penalty in Monday’s 1-1 draw against Wales.

“USA vs England this Friday whoever wins gets custody of James Corden,” one fan tweeted.

James Corden’s name has been popping up all over Twitter ahead of Friday’s World Cup match between the USA and England as football fans claim the loser needs to keep the Brit within his bounds

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Another fan suggested that the winner “gets” British-born rapper 21 Savage, who was arrested on immigration charges in 2019 after it was revealed he had been in the US illegally since his nonimmigrant visa expired in 2006.

The rapper previously revealed he’s from Atlanta, Georgia, and is currently allowed to travel within the United States but not abroad while his case is pending

“I’ve seen loads of tweets saying England losers vs USA keep James Corden. As an American and an England fan, I never wanted a game to end in a draw like this one,” said another person.

‘Seen anywhere USA vs England loser James Corden can stop… USA can’t lose!!’ tweeted one American fan.

‘Motivation for US. Greg to the team: Look, if you lose to England… James Corden will be in American shows/movies a lot more,” said another Star and Stripes fan, referring to US head coach Gregg Berhalter.

“It’s coming home, but James Corden can’t. England vs USA just got a bizarre incentive,” shared 101 Great Goals, referencing the famous song “Three Lions” from Euro 1996.

“Losing England USA can keep James Cordon and Pier Morgan,” one football fan tweeted, before another replied: “It’s a far greater prize than winning a World Cup.”

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Rapper 21 Savage’s name was also trending on social media, with football fans claiming the winner could keep the British-born artist, who faced accusations of being in the US illegally after his visa expired in 2006 to have

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Fans of both teams have stressed that Friday's game will be high stakes as Corden's residency status was thrown into the mix

Fans of both teams have stressed that Friday’s game will be high stakes as Corden’s residency status was thrown into the mix

The “Late Late Show” host was banned from one of NYC’s most popular restaurants — the Balthazar — in October after swearing and yelling at waiters for getting the wrong omelette order.

Along with his wife, Julia Carey, the couple complained to the waiter that “there was a bit of egg white mixed up with the yolk” and sent the dish back.

Restaurant owner Keith McNally added: “The kitchen remade the dish but unfortunately sent it with homemade fries instead of salad.

“That’s when James Corden started yelling at the server like crazy, ‘You can’t do your job! You can’t do your job! Maybe I should go to the kitchen and make the omelet myself!”’

In response, McNally claimed Corden was the “most abusive customer ever,” adding that the Brit had previously behaved similarly at another restaurant he formerly owned – Cafe Luxembourg.

In October, Corden, who says he suffers from anger issues, was banned from New York's chic French restaurant Balthazar after he was rude to staff

In October, Corden, who says he suffers from anger issues, was banned from New York’s chic French restaurant Balthazar after he was rude to staff

New York restaurateur Keith McNally (pictured) owns Balthazar and has called Corden the

New York restaurateur Keith McNally (pictured) owns Balthazar and has called Corden the “most abusive customer ever.”

Corden recently announced that he will no longer be hosting

Corden recently announced that he will no longer be hosting “The Late Late Show” on CBs in 2023

The shocking allegations come months after Corden announced he would no longer be hosting the late-night talk show in 2023.

McNally, who has a history of evicting celebrities from his upscale restaurants, later buried the hatchet with the 44-year-old comedian, saying, “All was forgiven.” In return, Corden admitted on the show to misbehaving towards the restaurant staff , and regretted this “deeply”.

“James Corden just called me and is very apologetic,” McNally shared on his Instagram. “Having screwed myself up more than most people, I’m a firm believer in second chances.”

The Tony Award winner, who earns $36 million a year, rose to fame in the US and is known for his cheeky British humor on CBS. He once claimed in 2020 that he had anger issues.

Timothy Weah celebrates America's only World Cup goal to date in a 1-1 draw with Wales

Timothy Weah celebrates America’s only World Cup goal to date in a 1-1 draw with Wales

After a 6-2 win against Iran, England most likely only need one win to progress to the round of 16

After a 6-2 win against Iran, England most likely only need one win to progress to the round of 16

World Cup Fans Are Claiming The Loser Between The USA And England Brings In James Corden Ahead Of Friday’s Game – S Chronicles

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