England loses Soccer backing anew as celebrity collision raises Millions for Charity

Best Sports in big chunks: Soccer backing World XI’s Kem Cetinay, second left, celebrates scoring in the 4-2 defeat goal of England at Old Gallant.

England lost Unicef’s Soccer backing match for the fifth in a row year as the World XI won again with a 4-2 victory at Old Trafford. Man United fan Usain Bolt, wearing 9.58 on the back of his shirt in recognition of his 100 metres world record time, slotted past David James to give the visitors a 24th-minute lead.

The game, which had raised over £ 14.6 million for Unicef at the final whistle, opened up in the second half after both sides had replaced their executive goalkeepers with company superstars. England scored twice within eight minutes of the restart to seize the lead.

Actor Asa’s butt pack sliced a shot past mixed martial artist Edwards and Scholes rotate back the years from 20 yards to add another to his extensive Old Trafford goals catalogue.
Keane struck a superb quickfire double past McGuinness to put the World XI back in front. TV newscaster Cetinay sealed matters 10 minutes from time as he became the Soccer back’s top scorer with five goals.

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