Dizzee Rascal has landed his fifth number one. The 24 year old rapper teamed up with comedian James Corden to release Shout For England, the pair's unofficial World Cup anthem.
The brainchild of Simon Cowell, the single beat Tinie Tempah's new track Frisky to the top spot, and despite only being released on Wednesday has already sold over 110,00 copies.
All proceeds from the single are being donated to Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital.
Lyrics in the song include :'Leave the Wags alone, set aside your ego/We're tired of bragging about 40-odd years ago/ We need a victory, quick, fast'.
A whole host of football songs made it into the top 40 this week.
Three Lions, which was a massive hit for Baddiel and Skinner during the 1996 European Championship, entered the charts at number 10. New Order's World in Motion went in at 22, withTerry Venables 'If I Can Dream' falling just behind at 23.