Justin Bieber took a break from being a pop star to play soccer with some students

Martha Tesema
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Justin Bieber decided to ditch the mustache and wig and blend in with regular human beings in England.

The singer, who is in London to play three shows at the O2 Arena, stopped by Highgate School's soccer field (or football, to the majority of people on this planet) to play a pickup game with some lucky students.

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"They had been driving past and seen our lesson going on," PE teacher Mario Noto told The Sun. 

"They explained Justin was in town for his shows at the O2, that he enjoys his football, and would love to join in," he said, explaining Beiber was down to earth and fit right in with the pupils.

Turns out the Biebs isn't too shabby when it comes to the game. Students filmed him making a penalty shot. 

An ESPY in his future, perhaps?