Former England manager Sam Allardyce has been spotted eating a burger at a table alone in a London pub as the team romped to victory against Panama.
The former boss was filmed sitting alone tucking into a Greene King 1966 burger during a break from giving analysis to fans at an event by William Hill as England stormed to a 6 - 1 victory against the Central American team.
The former Newcastle boss was at the Lord Ragland in Holborn as part of a promotion for betting giants William Hill where he also posed for pictures for pictures with fans.
Staff at the pub said Big Sam enjoyed a 1966 burger at his table. It contains pulled roast hog meat, stuffing, apple sauce, burger sauce and lettuce, according to the Greene King website.
Big Sam was also pictured playing pool with former England star Robbie Savage before taking part in a Q&A session.
Allardyce was dumped as England manager after just six months in charge following a newspaper sting.
He was sacked by the FA for conduct "inappropriate of the England manager" last September.
The FA said in a statement at the time: "He accepts he made a significant error of judgement and has apologised.
"However, due to the serious nature of his actions, The FA and Allardyce have mutually agreed to terminate his contract with immediate effect.
"This is not a decision that was taken lightly but The FA's priority is to protect the wider interests of the game and maintain the highest standards of conduct in football."
Mr Allardyce left his post as Everton manager in May this year.
At the World Cup in Russia Gareth Southgate led the England squad to victory with Captain Harry Kane bagging a hat-trick.
John Stones shot two goals into the back of the net and Jesse Lingard scored a sixth for the Three Lions.
Panama's Felipe Baloy scraped one goal back at 78 minutes.