Highlights: Soccer Aid World XI beat England on penalties
The Soccer Aid World XI got revenge for last year by beating England on penalties and over £6.7m was raised for Unicef.
On Sunday 16th June the world’s biggest charity football match took place at Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge in London.
Soccer Aid brought together a star-studded line up of football legends and celebrities, who battled it out on the pitch so that more children can grow up happy, healthy and able play – just like children should.
Around the world, poverty, hunger and disease are disrupting playtime for millions of children. Soccer Aid for Unicef defends play for every child.
The game opened with Hussain Manawer's moving performance and the first half saw England take the lead with Jeremy Lynch's brace followed by Usain Bolt's response for the Soccer Aid World XI to bring the scores to 2-1 at the break.
Rita Ora's half time show dazzled and Kem Cetinay scored in the second half to take the game to penalties.
Nicky Byrne was the penalty shootout hero saving from Lee Mack to bring the Soccer Aid World XI victory.
Soccer Aid 2019 was opened by Hussain Manawer. More to follow...
Rita Ora performed at half time during England vs Soccer Aid World XI.