Rapper Dizzee Rascal has scored his second number one in a month thanks to his unofficial World Cup anthem, Shout.
Dizzee's teamed up with comedian James Corden to record the track, which has sold more than 110,000 copies since its release on Wednesday.
The single, which was masterminded by Simon Cowell, beat Tinie Tempah's Frisky into second place in the chart.
Money raised from sales of Shout are being donated to Great Ormond Street Hospital, in London.
The England team doesn't have an official anthem this year and Shout is among a handful of football songs making it into the top 40 this week.
Three Lions, which was a big hit for Baddiel and Skinner during the 1996 European Championship, is at number 10, New Order's World in Motion entered at number 22, while former England manager is at 23 with his single, If I Can Dream.
A re-recording of the Three Lions track, featuring Russell Brand and Robbie Williams, also made it into the top 40 this week, at number 28.
Away from the footie, Christina Aguilera stormed to the top of the album chart with her comeback album, Bionic.