Piers Morgan raves that Soccer Aid was ‘best night of my life’ after Kem Cetinay scores stunning goal


PIERS Morgan hailed Soccer Aid as the best night of his life after Kem Cetinay sealed victory for his ‘Rest of the World’ side with a stunning goal.

The 54-year-old Good Morning Britain host was carried aloft by his team of stars, who included Niall Horan, Line of Duty star Martin Compston and a host of footballing greats.

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Piers was hurled into the air by his victorious Rest of the World side[/caption]

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He shared the picture on Twitter writing: “Greatest night of my life” – with many jokingly insisting he should take over at his club Arsenal.

Kem put Piers’ team, which he co-managed with Harry Redknapp, on the path to victory with a stunning goal.

Piers, a long-time critic of the Love Island contestants as “brain-dead”, changed his tune after Kem’s jaw-dropping shot, which was set up by Manchester United legend Eric Cantona.

The Life Stories host roared: “Suddenly I LOVE Love Island!”

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The host compared himself to Champions League winner Jurgen Klopp[/caption]

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Susanna Reid and Sam Allardyce’s England side wound up losing on penalties – delivering a 3-1 victory to Piers’ team at Stamford Bridge last night.

England took a comfortable lead at the start of the game thanks to two goals from freestyle footballer Jeremy Lynch.

However, Usain Bolt got the Rest of the World team back with a canny goal, before 23-year-old Kem side-stepped Chelsea legend John Terry and curled in a shot that left the match 2-2.

Comedian Lee Mack missed the penalty that gifted victory to the other side.

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Freestyle footballer Jeremy Lynch scored both England goals[/caption]

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Kem took his shirt off after the match[/caption]

The match, which is staged for charity, raised a staggering £6.7 million for Unicef.

With characteristic modesty, Piers shared a picture of himself lifting the Soccer Aid shield while comparing himself to the Premier League’s best managers.

He wrote: “Guardiola. Klopp. Morgan.”

And if you think that’s bad – Piers is sure to be absolutely unbearable in the days to come.


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