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England lost on penalties after being held to a 1-1 draw at Soccer Aid 2020.

The World XI retained their title after winning by the same method at Stamford Bridge back in 2019.

The home side were in the ascendancy after Yung Filly had cancelled out Robbie Keane's opener in a frantic second-half.

The game went the full 90 minutes without a winner, which led to a dramatic penalty shoot-out in which Lee Mack and Chunkz missed for England.

For a full run-down of the events of the evening, see our blog below.

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World XI retain their title to win Soccer Aid 2020

The celebrities of the World XI held their nerve to win on penalties (Image: Getty)

WORLD XI WIN 4-3 ON PENALTIES

Chunkz misses the crucial spot kick as England fall to defeat.

Chunkz missed from the spot to give World XI the victory (Image: Getty)

PENALTIES

FULL-TIME: WE HAVE PENALTIES. 1-1

It is all down to the celebrities...

88: Headed for penalties. 1-1

Both sides are beginning to run out of ideas as we approach penalties.

If it does end all square only the celebrities will be able to step up.

That gives the former pros a short amount of time to make the difference...

England were well matched by the World XI throughout the match (Image: Getty)

78: Scores still level with 12 to go. 1-1

Here is the goal that put World XI ahead:

70: England push for third goal. 1-1

57: ENGLAND ARE LEVEL THROUGH YUNG FILLY! 1-1

GAME ON! England are level through Yung Filly.

Yung Filly celebrated his goal with Chunkz after putting England level (Image: Getty)

53: WORLD XI LEAD THROUGH ROBBIE KEANE. 0-1

Robbie Keane has given the World XI the lead from outside the box.

The Premier League veteran gained a yard of space before curling a floated shot past actor Alfie Allen.

Robbie Keane guided his shot past Alfie Allen to break the deadlock (Image: Getty)

45: SECOND-HALF STARTS. 0-0

There has been a string of changes at the break, most notably Alfie Allen replacing David James in goal for England.

For the World XI, Robbie Keane and Darren Fletcher are on the pitch.

Paddy McGuinness of England had a decent first-half at the back (Image: Getty)

Familiar faces for Manchester United

TOTAL RAISED SO FAR

The total sum raised for UNICEF before the second-half stands at £5,597,384.

HALF-TIME: Evra vs Mack was one of the highlights...

45: LEVEL AT THE BREAK. 0-0

The first-half ends all square as both sides are stifled up front.

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Neither England or the World XI could find the back of the net in the first-half (Image: Getty)

40: Michael Essien fires wide. 0-0

Michael Essien fired wide from range as the game nears the half-time break.

Both England and the World XI have struggled to create clear-cut openings, but the game has become stretched as the celebrities tire.

Former Chelsea midfielder Michael Essien almost gave the World XI the lead (Image: Getty)

35: TERRY SPURNS CHANCE. 0-0

Former England and Chelsea skipper John Terry missed a decent chance to grab the opener after a lung-busting run into the opposition box.

John Terry of England had half a chance of getting the opener (Image: Getty)

30: SMART STOP FROM JAMES. 0-0

David James denies Patrice Evra with a smart stop at his near post.

Another change for England as Yung Filly replaces Danny Jones.

Bradley Walsh of England talks to Sam Allardyce and Wayne Rooney at Old Trafford (Image: Getty)

20: Drinks break. 0-0

England coach Bradley Walsh had the chance to talk to the players alongside manager Wayne Rooney at the first-half drinks break.

England coach Bradley Walsh had a chance to talk to the players at a drinks break (Image: Getty)

15: David James on his toes

Chelcee Grimes almost found herself through on goal but was met by former England stopper David James.

Co-commentator Chris Stark noted: “Chelcee would have been gutted by that.”

In addition, Tom Davis has been replaced by Chunkz as Wayne Rooney looks to keep it fresh.

10: Not many openings

There have been very few chances in the opening ten minutes, with Patrice Evra seeing his effort blocked on the edge of the box after good work by Chelcee Grimes.

Patrice Evra is back at his former home ground of Old Trafford (Image: Getty)

05: Quiet opening stages

Both England and the World XI have enjoyed spells of possession in the opening stages, with Kelly Smith beginning to control the game from the middle.

Mark Wright has started for England and is set to play a key role (Image: Getty)

00: We are off!

The players take the knee before kick-off, and Mark Clattenburg has blown the whistle to get Soccer Aid 2020 underway!

KICK-OFF IS IMMINENT

TOTAL RAISED SO FAR

The total sum raised for UNICEF before kick-off stands at £2,200,974.

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HOW THEY LOOK

Michael Essien starts in midfield and is joined by former pros Patrice Evra, Mikael Silvestre, Shay Given and Lianne Sanderson.

Fulham midfielder Chelcee Grimes also starts, as does Serge Pizzorno, Jeremy Lynch and skipper Mo Gilligan.

Dave is on the bench, as are Robbie Keane, Claude Makelele and Jason Manford among others.

The World XI have put out a strong side as they look to retain their title (Image: ITV)

A reminder why we are here.

HOW THEY LOOK

England have a strong core that includes John Terry, Wes Brown, David James and Gareth Barry.

They are captained by Olly Murs, who will play behind comedian Tom Davis and McFly singer Danny Jones.

Former England internationals Katie Chapman and Kelly Smith bid to be the first female player to score at Soccer Aid!

Olly Murs captains England from midfield ahead of a strong core that includes John Terry (Image: ITV)

WORLD XI LINE-UP

ENGLAND LINE-UP