And over to you to report on the Scotland/Argentina game, Bob...here at the ground the only thing the media are talking about is that hand of god moment, and back to you in the studio in London, George.
If there is anything more likely to unite the Scots with the Argentinians it is that the majority of the coverage about their upcoming match with the famous South American team has been reflected around the result of that famous England game of yesteryear.
It's enough to get right up your nose if you are Scottish that yet again all the mostly London-based media cares about is what is relevant to England, so when they actually show a flicker of interest in a Scottish game the fact that it turns into a reflection about England footie is more than slightly annoying.
There's a serious point here for Britain as a whole, the non-English parts of the UK generally think that the alliance is tilted south, with parts of England hardly acknowledging that Scotland or Wales are not in England.
For a healthy future alliance it's time for the four nations of the UK to have a more level and grown-up relationship.