Paddy McGuinness takes a look back at Sunday’s Soccer Aid match where, unfortunately, team England added to a losing tally.

The Bolton comedian was the goalkeeper for the second half for England, with the likes of former One Direction star Liam Payne on the team managed by UK grime artist, Stormzy.

But with footballing legend Robbie Keane on the World XI team and top goal-scorer Kem Cetinay, the England team did not stand a chance.

Despite the loss, over £14 million was raised for the UNICEF game first started by Robbie Williams and broadcast live on ITV from Old Trafford, the home of Manchester United.

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Paddy has been involved ever since it began and promised fans a photo dump on Instagram to highlight the last few weeks of training and the match itself.

He captioned his first post: “GK Union. What a few days and almost 15 million quid donated by the public for @unicef_uk I’ll upload a @socceraid photo dump later.”

Paddy’s first picture featured Stormzy as well as pictures of the team featuring actor Tom Hiddleston and of fans outside the famous stadium.

It was an electric night for Manchester as fans roared in the stands, cheering on every goal and the money being raised throughout the night.

Paddy also shared a story on having the same number one goalie shirt as pro keeper David James.

The funnyman has been posting heaps of content on his social media before and after the match, including one where he is seen mocking Tommy Fury walking around with his shirt off.

In a video posted to Instagram he shouts: “Tom, get it away son, get it away, no-one wants to see it.”

World XI captain and Olympian Usain Bolt scored the first goal of the match before half-time.

Sex Education star Asa Butterfield got England level in the second half, just before long-distance runner Sir Mo Farah tackled Bolt to the ground.

Minutes later, former Manchester United player Paul Scholes scored for England before needing treatment on the pitch.

Former Republic of Ireland captain Robbie Keane then grabbed the spotlight, with his World XI team’s second and third goals.

Love Island star Kem Cetinay, who commentators said is the all-time top goal-scorer in Soccer Aid history, then made it 4-2.