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Live commentary from @unicef_uk #SoccerAid

Kick off!

MIN 2 - An incredible ball from Kevin Phillips to Aston. Shot saved.

MIN 4 - Great shot into the box from Ferrell but deflected for a corner.

MIN 7 - Another fabulous run from Murs! This is already real end to end stuff!

MIN 10 - Direct shot from Murs. Deflected.

MIN 11 - Perfect opportunity for Wilkes from a Murs cross but he fell in the box!

MIN 14 - The atmosphere in Old Trafford is electric!

MIN 15 - High shot kicked out by John Bishop.

MIN 19 - Foul by Keane. Direct free kick.

MIN 20 - Knocked over the bar by Kevin Phillips.

MIN 21 - GOAL! Serge from Kasabian! 0-1 ROW

MIN 22 - Crespo on for Keane.

MIN 25 - Great attempt by Bishop. Out for a corner.

MIN 27 - Another direct shot from Murs.

MIN 28 - Shot from Phillips. Out for a goal kick.

MIN 31 - Murs injured. Signing autographs for the medics while they treat him!

MIN 32 - Marvin JLS on for Murs.

MIN 34 - Foul on Ramsey by Shepherd. Ramsey looks bad.

MIN 35 - He’s back up. Direct free kick. Deflected away.

MIN 37 - Header towards goal by Kevin Phillips. Saved by Van Der Sar.

MIN 41 - England corner. Headed by Bishop. Knocked away.

MIN 44 - Aston JLS went for an ambitious shot. Too ambitious… Goal kick.

MIN 45 - HALF TIME and the score is still:

** England 0 - 1 Rest of The World **

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MIN 45 - We’re back. Theakston and Kielty both in goal. If you aren’t watching yet and can get to a TV - do it!

MIN 46 - Good attempt by Bishop but kicked over.

MIN 48 - Brave save from Kielty following a Sheringham cross.

MIN 50 - …and another! Well done Patrick!

MIN 51 - Calzaghe on for Myers.

MIN 53 - Daring shot by Aston JLS. Over the bar though.

MIN 54 - YELLOW CARD Paddy McGuinness after an altercation with Gordon Ramsey and kicking the ball away.

MIN 55 - Another good attempt by Serge Kasabian but deflected by McGuinness for a corner.

MIN 60 - Ramsey is down after a collision with Sheringham and again it doesn’t look good.

MIN 61 - IT LOOKS LIKE ROBBIE WILLIAMS IS COMING ON AND THE CROWD ARE GOING WILD!

MIN 62 - Williams on for McGuinness.

MIN 63 - Ramsey is still down. Lots of medics on the pitch. Sheringham looking guilty!

MIN 65 - James McAvoy on for Gordon Ramsey.

MIN 66 - Great standing ovation for Gordon Ramsey. Thanks Gordon and best wishes from UNICEF!

MIN 68 - GOAL! Graeme Le Saux! England 1-1

MIN 71 - GOAL! Jonnie Wilkes! England 2-1

MIN 73 - Will Ferrell injured. Replaced by Edward Norton.

MIN 75 - Mark Owen on for Aston JLS.

MIN 78 - Amazing attempt be Seedorf. Just out.

MIN 79 - Great chance hoofed over the goal by Marvin JLS.

MIN 81 - Header by James McAvoy. Saved by Theakston.

MIN 82 - Woody Harrelson on for Gerard Butler.

MIN 85 - Two great shots from Sheringham and Marvin JLS both expertly stopped by Kielty.

MIN 86 - Serge Kasabian voted MOM.

MIN 87 - Great run from Wilkes resulting in a direct shot. Stopped by Kielty.

MIN 88 - GOAL! SUPER KEVIN PHILLIPS! England 3-0

MIN 90 - Ljungberg shot, knocked out for a corner.

MIN 90 - ROW are throwing everything at England.

MIN 90 - Incredible scenes as Theakston leaves his box!

MIN 90 - FULL TIME. Final score:

** England 3 - 1 Rest Of The World **

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In 2012, UNICEF Ambassador Robbie Williams and UNICEF supporter Jonathan Wilkes travelled to Mexico, a country where over half the children live in poverty. Many live in slums where they are vulnerable to disease and abuse.Robbie and Jonathan spent time with one-year-old Kimberly and her five brothers and sisters, who live hand-to-mouth in cramped, dirty conditions and in danger of being bitten by rats.All over the world, there are children like Kimberly living in slums and struggling to survive."Meeting children in Mexico City really showed me how dangerous the world can be for a child, and how hard it can be for them to even survive", says Robbie."Right now, children are suffering. It shouldn’t be like this."Soccer Aid is helping UNICEF to reach children like Kimberly, who are in desperate situations, by providing shelter, nutritious food and healthcare.By donating just £20, you could help a child survive.
Please donate now by card or donate by Paypal and help us help children like Kimberley.
#SoccerAid #UNICEF_UK

In 2012, UNICEF Ambassador Robbie Williams and UNICEF supporter Jonathan Wilkes travelled to Mexico, a country where over half the children live in poverty. Many live in slums where they are vulnerable to disease and abuse.

Robbie and Jonathan spent time with one-year-old Kimberly and her five brothers and sisters, who live hand-to-mouth in cramped, dirty conditions and in danger of being bitten by rats.

All over the world, there are children like Kimberly living in slums and struggling to survive.

"Meeting children in Mexico City really showed me how dangerous the world can be for a child, and how hard it can be for them to even survive", says Robbie.

"Right now, children are suffering. It shouldn’t be like this."

Soccer Aid is helping UNICEF to reach children like Kimberly, who are in desperate situations, by providing shelter, nutritious food and healthcare.

By donating just £20, you could help a child survive.

Please donate now by card or donate by Paypal and help us help children like Kimberley.

#SoccerAid #UNICEF_UK

Spotted at London’s Southbank…
Soccer Aid tickets are on sale now from Manchester United. England take on the Rest of the World at Old Trafford, Manchester on Sunday 27 May and all profits from ticket sales go directly to UNICEF’s work for children.

Spotted at London’s Southbank…

Soccer Aid tickets are on sale now from Manchester United. England take on the Rest of the World at Old Trafford, Manchester on Sunday 27 May and all profits from ticket sales go directly to UNICEF’s work for children.