The fiery England star Dele Alli has promised not to be ashamed of the World Cup.
Alli is targeted by opponents who want to provoke Tottenham's midfielder.
Some experts fear that Alli may suffer the same fate as David Beckham, who had fallen behind at the 1998 World Cup after being provoked by Argentina's Diego Simeone
But the 22-year-old -old claims that he has never seen footage of Beckham's red card, expecting to cover up his tantrums in Russia, where England are in the group stage against Tunisia, Panama and Belgium.
"I am firmly convinced I have to make mistakes to learn from them," said Alli.
"And, yes, I feel like I've learned from the things I've done before, but I'm not worried about it."
"I haven I did not see the incident with Beckham, but I feel like I have everything under control. That will not be a problem.
"Obviously, I've already done some things and people seem to think this will be a problem, but that's not it."
Meanwhile, England coach Gareth Southgate kept his cards It's up to him as speculation about the identity of his World Cup goalkeeper continues.
Southgate gave Everton's Jordan Pickford their third appearance in a 2-1 friendly on Saturday at Nigeria in Wembley.
But Jack Butland of Stoke and Nick Pope of Burnley
With South Africa's last World Cup qualifier on Thursday against Costa Rica, Southgate keeps its stoppages in the trap.
"We're going to think about who's going to play Costa Rica in the next match 24 or 36 hours," he said.
"But I was really pleased with what Jordan did, and usually when you play for England, there are not many ways to make many saves."
"His decision on crosses, the blow he made made, his distribution and calm, to slip into midfield.
"That was very important for our way of playing and he can be very pleased with his performance."
England midfielder Dele Alli has promised not to lose control of the World Cup