A clip of the Three Lions pair in training went viral as Sancho left Manchester United star Maguire on the floor following some impressive footwork.
Sancho is set to be part of the England team that takes on Iceland in the Nations League today while Maguire has been left out following an incident in Greece.
Though Sancho was happy to laugh about the skill that left his potential future club team-mate on the deck with the forward linked with a move to Manchester United this summer.
Speaking to SoccerBible, Sancho said: "Yeah, that [skill] shocked me as well.
“Obviously it’s funny because he dropped, but I didn’t understand it, because I wasn’t even that close to him.
"I think it was just because of how sharp it was, it might have just thrown him off.
“I was new to training so he might not have expected something like that. Now he understands that the stop and start does come, he’s more aware.
"But I feel that when you play against a new opponent they don't know what’s coming, so they just get rattled [laughs]."
Sancho has impressed for Borussia Dortmund and has been heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford.
And his form has impressed England boss Gareth Southgate, who said: “This year it [transfer window] will head into October, so I’m sure there are going to be other players that are involved in transfer speculation.
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“To me, from the outside, he seems to be handling that really well, I have to say.
“We follow everything closely, we have good contact with Dortmund. It seems as if his approach to training has been excellent.
“I’ve seen the matches that he’s been involved with that have been televised, so I think he’s been very mature in the way he’s dealt with all of that. It’s not easy when you’re a young player but I think he’s handled it very well.”