Fending off heavy competition in the midweeks, the duo's unofficial World Cup anthem went on to deny fellow tournament tune K'Naan's 'Wavin' Flag', which jumped a place to number two.
Example debuted in third place with 'Kickstarts', beating January's 'Won't Go Quietly' which peaked at number six. Kylie Minogue's first single in two years, 'All The Lovers', landed in fourth spot. It's her most successful track since '2 Hearts', which topped the charts in 2007.
Tinie Tempah was down three to number five, while David Guetta fell the same distance to ninth. Meanwhile, 'Not Afraid' by Eminem only slid one place to sixth spot, and Jason Derulo moved down to number nine from seven.
Robyn's new entry 'Dancing On My Own' finished in eighth spot, while Lady GaGa's 'Alejandro' rose to tenth. Usher, B.o.B and Alicia Keys fell to outside of the top ten, at 11, 12 and 15 respectively.
The top ten singles in full:
1. (-) Shout For England ft. Dizzee Rascal & James Corden: 'Shout'
2 (3) K'Naan: 'Wavin' Flag'
3. (-) Example: 'Kickstarts'
4. (-) Kylie Minogue: 'All The Lovers'
5. (2) Tinie Tempah ft. Labrinth: 'Frisky'
6. (5) Eminem: 'Not Afraid'
7 (4) David Guetta & Chris Willis ft. Fergie & LMFAO: 'Gettin' Over You'
8. (-) Robyn: 'Dancing On My Own'
9. (7) Jason Derulo: 'Ridin' Solo'
10. (19) Lady GaGa: 'Alejandro'
Source: Official Charts Company
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