This year's Soccer Aid has so far raised an incredible £4.2 million for Unicef.
The charity match saw the Rest of the World defeat England 4-2 at Old Trafford.
Look through our pictures showing the night's best bits.
A crowd of nearly 70,000 turned out to Old Trafford this evening to witness Rest Of The World defeat England 4-2 in a pulsating match.
A second half hat-trick from Rest of The World’s ’s former dutch international Clarence Seedorf, and a great chip from 25 yards from Nicky Byrne cancelled out a long range effort from Jamie Redknapp and a penalty from Kevin Phillips to win the much coveted Soccer Aid trophy.
By the time the final whistle blew ITV viewers had pledged over £2million to UNICEF’s vital work saving children’s lives, which will be matched by the UK Government pound for pound, bringing the total to £4.2 million so far.
The final figure will be announced in due course.
What happened when we went backstage before kick-off at Soccer Aid 2014? Have a look at our pictures and find out...
Edwin Van Der Sar
Alessandro Del Piero