England did not end their losing streak at this year’s Soccer Aid in Manchester, with Bolton’s Paddy McGuinness in goal.

Cheers erupted from the crowd at Old Trafford, Manchester United’s home, for another year of UNICEF’S Soccer Aid.

Live on ITV, the likes of Paddy, Tom Hiddleston, and Asa Butterfield played for the England team with greats like Robbie Keane, comedian Lee Mack, and Tommy Fury taking the ball for The World XI team.

But it was The World XI that celebrated after 90 minutes of play with a 4-2.

Despite the loss, the game raised £14.6 million by the time the match was over.

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Bolton’s Paddy was in goal for the second half and certainly did everything he could to stop the oncoming goals, with praise for the funnyman’s quick responses.

But after Usain Bolt’s early goal score for team World XI, Robbie Keane and Kem Cetinay followed suit, with Paddy unable to stop the goals.

Nevetheless, Asa Butterfield and later Manchester United legend Paul Scholes gave England a chance.

Paddy has been involved ever since Soccer Aid started, but this time was chosen to be a goalkeeper, explaining to ITV it was because he was old and played less each time he took part.

The comedian was still in high spirits all weekend, making fun of Fury on social media.

Bury’s Gary Neville was also on the field but unfortunately did not have the chance to shine during the match.

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Ahead of the match, rapper Stormzy, who was part of England’s management team, sounded confident, saying: “We just need to bring it home, that’s the main thing.”

The grime star added that his team should end its losing streak “today”.

Bolton’s very own Jenny Ryan was also present at the match and wished the team good luck while also encouraging people to donate.

She said: “Tune in to @socceraid on @ITV to see some weird and wonderful football action in aid of @UNICEF @UNICEF_uk - if you donate you might get a thank-you call from yours truly on the Appreciation Station.”

The charity match was first introduced by Robbie Williams, who was at Old Trafford to cheer on the teams.