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A mixture of celebrities and football greats took to the pitch at Old Trafford to raise over £4 million for the childrens charity UNICEF.
It was an idea created by Robbie Williams and Jonthan Wilkes four years ago.
Caroline Whitmore was pitchside with the players.
BT said it handled more than 22,900 calls from viewers across the country during Soccer Aid last night.
Unicef Ambassador actor Ewan McGregor said: "The BT volunteers at call centres across the UK have been doing a fantastic job of answering the donation calls and giving up their evening for such a good cause."
England victorious at Old Trafford at Soccer Aid 2012 - Robbie Savage says England deserved to win.
Kevin Phillips scored England's 3rd at Old Trafford - putting England 3-1 up on the Rest of the World.
Teddy Sherringham and then Jonathan Wilkes, co-founder of Soccer Aid make it 2-1 to Rest of the World.
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Robbie Williams' England side beat a team of Hollywood A-listers and football legends 3-1 in the fourth Soccer Aid at Old Trafford.