Jose Mourinho's rest of the world team beat England 4-2 in the charity Soccer Aid match at Old Trafford in Manchester.
Managed by West Ham coach Sam Allardyce with the assistance of Take That star Robbie Williams, the England Soccer Aid side combined the likes of Murs and comedian John Bishop with ex-players Jamie Redknapp and Matt Le Tissier.
The rest of the world side featured Hollywood stars such as Jeremy Renner, Sam Worthington and James McAvoy with Dutch footballing greats Edgar Davids, Clarence Seedorf, Jaap Stam and Edwin van der Saar.
Welsh mezzo soprano Catherine Jenkins added glamour to the occasion, singing Abide With Me before the game kicked off.
TV presenter Jonathan Wilkes clashed with Davids on a couple of occasions, with Wilkes drawing first blood by tackling the Dutch midfielder from behind but Davids was quick to respond with a harsh tackle of his own and the two squared up.
Mourinho's long history of touchline bust-ups reached a new dimension after he ran on to the pitch to tackle pop star Olly Murs during the charity football match.
Murs was proving a nuisance down England's left wing when the ROW manager stepped in to chop him down.
Wearing a loose tie, suit and trainers, Mourinho walked away grinning after bringing the Dear Darlin' singer down with the sneaky tackle from behind.
In the final reckoning, England lost 2-4 to the rest of the world at Old Trafford.