FT: World XI 4-2 England, Keane, Scholes And Bolt STRIKES! (VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS)

by Ifeanyichukwu Chris Akashili
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World XI claimed an impressive 4-2 victory against England to win soccer aid title for the fifth time, MySportDab reports.

Robbie Keane, Paul Scholes and Usain Bolt all had their goals in the game which was managed by Chelsea male and female team coaches.

World XI Coaches And Lineup 


Mauricio Pochettino (Football manager)

Robbie Keane

Martin Compston

Mel C


Usain Bolt – captain (Fastest man of all time)

Lee Mack (Comedian)

Steven Bartlett (Entrepeneur)

Kem Cetinay (Reality TV star)

Mo Gilligan (Comedian)

Maisie Adam (Comedian)

Tommy Fury (Boxer)

Heather O’Reilly (Former footballer)

Kalyn Kyle (Former footballer)

Noah Beck (Social media star)

Ben Foster (Footballer)

Roberto Carlos (Former footballer)

Nani (Former footballer)

Francesco Totti (Former footballer)

Gabriel Batistuta (Former footballer)

Leon Edwards (MMA star)

Sam Claflin (Actor)

Hernan Crespo (Former footballer)

Patrice Evra (Former footballer)

Niko (Youtuber)

England Coaches And Lineup 


Emma Hayes (Football manager)

Vicky McClure (Actor)

Stormzy (Musician)

Harry Redknapp (Former football manager)

David Seaman (Former footballer)


Jill Scott – captain (Former footballer)

Paddy McGuinness (TV presenter)

Jermain Defoe (Former footballer)

Karen Carney (Former footballer)

Gary Cahill (Former footballer)

Jack Wilshere (Former footballer)

Bugzy Malone (Musician)

Tom Grennan (Musician)

Sir Mo Farah (Olympian)

Alex Brooker (Comedian)

Gary Neville (Former footballer)

Paul Scholes (Former footballer)

Chunkz (YouTuber)

Joel Corry (DJ)

Eni Aluko (Former footballer)

David James (Former footballer)

Scarlette Douglas (TV presenter)

Nicky Butt (Former footballer)

Liam Payne (Musician)

Danny Dyer (Actor)

Asa Butterfield (Actor)

Tom Hiddleston (Actor)

First Half Report 

The first half action was cagey with only one goal scored by World XI who had so much to play going forward in the game.

England came into the match with a starting lineup which had nine former football players in their team going forward.

Meanwhile World XI had eight former and one active football player on their team which balanced things between them.

Usain Bolt scored the only goal of the first half which came in the 26th minutes after a clear drive in before beating David James to make it 1-0.

Second Half Report 

The second half saw more goals being scored by both sides who were enjoying the competition as it carried on.

English actor Asa Butterfield scored the equalizer of the game in the 50th minutes bringing the match level 1-1 as they continued.

Paul Scholes soon scored a stunning goal in the 52nd minutes of the game after a poor clearance from Leon Edward to give England a 1-2 lead.

Robbie Keane made the scoreline 2-2 in the 65th minutes of the game with a thunderbolt strike from distance which hit the back of the net.

World XI added another one in the 70th minutes of the game through another one from Robbie Keane making it 3-2 and his brace for the match.

Reality television star Kem Cetinay added the final goal in the 80th minutes making the match come to an end with 4-2.

World XI claimed the title for the fifth time as they smashed England to win the Soccer Aid 2023 friendly match which raised £14,619,005.

Watch Highlights Below:


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