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Will Ferrell and chef Gordon Ramsay were left injured as England beat the Rest of the World 3-1 in celebrity sporting event Soccer Aid on Sunday.
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"Hell's Kitchen" star Ramsay was given oxygen and was stretchered from the field of play after he was clattered from behind by former England international Teddy Sheringham in the charity game.
And "Anchorman" star Ferrell hobbled out of the match when he suffered a leg injury late in the second half.
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Kasabian rocker Serge Pizzorno opened the scoring for the Rest of the World team with a sensational chip over former England goalkeeper David Seaman, but the England side fought back in the second half with goals from Sheringham, captain Jonathan Wilkes and soccer ace Kevin Phillips to win the game 3-1.
Stars including Mike Myers, Gerard Butler, Edward Norton, Woody Harrelson and Michael Sheen went up against an England side which included Take That's Mark Owen and JLS singers Aston Merrygold and Marvin Humes in the biennial match, held in Manchester, England. The event, organized by Owen's fellow Take That star Robbie Williams, raised more than $6.4 million for UNICEF. Pizzorno was awarded the honor of Man of the Match for his stunning goal.
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