Despite England suffering consecutive losses, it was, of course, all in aid of charity with more than £13million raised in aid of Unicef.
With that in mind, one player decided to make an unconventional move after his time on the pitch had seemed to have come to an end.
Aitch made the gesture of signing his shirt before throwing it into the crowd, which a delighted young fan caught.
However, he was soon sent to go back onto the pitch but was unable to do this without wearing his England shirt.
The awkward debacle led to jokes from commentator Iain Stirling as someone was sent to go and retrieve the piece of kit.
Luckily, another shirt was found for Aitch to wear and the boy managed to keep hold of the signed one, putting it on to make sure it wasn’t taken off him.
Fans were left commenting on social media after the hilarious moment which didn’t go amiss by those watching.
One viewer wrote on Twitter: ‘No way they were gunna make the kid give the Aitch shirt back, I’d have refused [crying laughing emoji] #SoccerAid.’
Another added: ‘Wish I went to this match just so I could get a shirt from Aitch #SoccerAid.’
‘Who’s the kid who got Aitch shirt? I’ll give you £100 and I’ll donate it to charity #SoccerAid,’ said a third.
Another fan who appreciated the gesture shared: ‘#SoccerAid Well done to #Aitch signing his shirt for that young lad.’
Aitch was playing alongside some of England’s best-ever football talent including Paul Scholes and Gary Neville.
But the strong team failed to come away with the win this evening as the World XI proved a strong opposition as ever.
Two goals from Love Island winner and presenter Kem Cetinay put them in front before Lee Mack’s winner put them three goals up.
After the evening came to a close, the charity’s co-founder Robbie Williams confirmed the final total, with £13,014,769 having been raised for Unicef.
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