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11 June 2018, 08:51 | Updated: 11 June 2018, 09:03
Soccer Aid 2018 hass raised more than £5m for Unicef.
The match at Old Trafford went to penalties after England and the Rest Of The World side drew 3 all.
Inbetweeners star Blake Harrison said it was "a buzz" scoring the winning goal.
The actor - who played Neil in the hit comedy - posted a picture on Twitter of himself and actor David Harewood taken after the game, and wrote: "What a buzz!!! @socceraid penalty Heroes!!
"Please donate to @UNICEF_uk if you enjoyed the game!".
The biggest cheer of the night went to Manchester United legend Eric Cantona who at the age of 52 came on as a sub for the Rest Of The World side.
Mark Wright, Brendan Cole, Olly Murs, Nicky Byrne and Damian Lewis were among the celebrities taking part.