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If you ask us, this McDonald’s order could have used a timely assist. We would have been happy to help her finish this!

This British soccer fan decided to celebrate the recent Wales defeat with a few adult beverages and it culminated in a drunken McDonald’s order. We can all relate to these types of moments, of course. Who hasn’t had a night like this before?

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It is safe to say that she wasn’t using her head this past Tuesday, though. All she wanted was a normal 20-piece nugget order but the alcohol clouded her decision-making process. When she ordered McDonald’s following England’s 3-0 win over Wales in a World Cup group match, she ended up taking home 160 nuggets instead of the desired 20.

We cannot stop laughing and she definitely seems to have a good sense of humor about the whole thing. “I think I must have been trying to add sweet and sour sauce, but instead was adding extra nuggets,” the unnamed soccer fan said, according to the Daily Mail. “A least it meant today’s breakfast and lunch are sorted.”

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This error was pretty costly, as she ended up spending $70 for the nugget haul.

She was stunned when the food arrived, as she did not expect 20 nuggets to cost this much. “I remember thinking the bag was very heavy, then when I opened it, it was just box after box after box of chicken nuggets,” she continued. We can see why she was so excited, though. This is the first time that England has finished on top of their group since 2006.

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Now, they are going to be heading to the round of 16. Their next match will take place on Sunday, as they are going to be going against Senegal. Meanwhile, England star Marcus Rashford made headlines by honoring his fallen friend during Tuesday’s match. He pointed to the sky after scoring a goal and explained his actions after the match.

“Unfortunately I lost one of my friends a couple of days ago,” Rashford said. “He’s had quite a long battle with cancer so I’m pleased that I managed to score for him. He’s always been a big supporter of mine. He was just a great person that I’m pleased to have come into my life, really.”

We are definitely going to be glued to the remainder of the World Cup action, that is for sure.