England triumphed at Old Trafford after a thrilling penalty shootout against the World XI.
Soccer Aid brings together top celebs and footballing legends for a game like no other for a great cause and this year over £5.5m has been raised for UNICEF.
The show opened with performances from Jonas Blue and Jessie Ware.
The game like no other kicked off at Old Trafford with a strong starting 11 from each team featuring a mix of legends and celebs.
Juan Sebastian Veron leveled it for the World XI in the 43rd minute to bring the teams in all square at the break.
There were multiple changes at half-time, most notably the celebrity keepers David Harewood and Nicky Byrne coming on for England and the World XI respectively.
Clarence Seedorf put the World XI 3-2 up in the 57th minute, leaving England just over half an hour to bring things level which they duly did with Michael Owen delighting the crowd by tucking away in the 82nd minute after Jamie Redknapp's shot hit the post.
Mark Clattenberg blew the final whistle with the teams level taking it straight to penalties.
Usain Bolt, Freddie Flintoff, Rak-Su's Ashley Fongho, Mark Wright, Brendan Cole, coupled with some fine saves from David Harewood and Nicky Byrne sent it to sudden death.
Hayden Christensen blazed his penalty over the bar, which set the scene for Blake Harrison to make a name for himself in the Theatre of Dreams.