While results on the pitch could have been better during their tour to New Zealand, England certainly hit the right note with this a cappella rendition of soul classic 'Lean on Me'.
The squad were invited to sing a song during a trip to a traditional Maori marae in Hamilton, the venue for their third Test defeat by the All Blacks. Following a quick rehearsal aboard the team bus, the players delivered a surprisingly-tuneful version of the Bill Withers hit.
'Lean on Me' appears to be something of a favourite for lead vocalist Danny Care. Back in 2009, he admitted in an interview with the Guardian that he would sing the tune on the X Factor if given the chance.
Providing some accomplished backing vocals is Ben Foden, perhaps unsurprisingly given his marriage to popstar Una Healy. But who knew second-row Geoff Parling had such a sweet-sounding voice?