Brazil legend Roberto Carlos looked delighted as he chugged a pint of beer during Soccer Aid.
The Samba hero turned out alongside a host of other former elite level players and celebrities for the World XI against England clash at the London Stadium on Sunday night. And after finishing his shift on the pitch, the 49-year-old legend did what any good Sunday league footballer would do – sank a pint of beer.
For reasons we can't quite explain, ex-international rugby union referee Nigel Owen tweeted a picture of Carlos supping on a pint in the stands at the home of Premier League side West Ham.
The 2002 World Cup winner looked happy as Larry as he knocked back the pint of nice, cold beer after helping his side to a 2-2 draw against an England side managed by Harry Redknapp.
Comedian Lee Mack scored the winning penalty as the World XI clinched the trophy for the fourth year in a row. "I only touched the ball once when I came on, my penalty," he said afterwards.
On an eventful night at the London Stadium, Ukraine legend Andriy Shevencho and Jamaica Olympic hero Usain Bolt lifted the Soccer Aid trophy in front of a packed crowd.
This year's fixture helped raised over £15million for Unicef, almost £2million more than the incredible £13million collected at the 2021 event.
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Celebrities including Liam Payne, Tom Grennan, Damian Lewis and David Harewood turned out for the England team. While the World XI had the likes of Bolt, Line of Dury actor Martin Compston and and Tom Stoltman.
There was no shortage of famous names from the world of football either, with the aforementioned Roberto Carlos joining Cafu, Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher and other big names in east London.
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