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In the Soccer Aid celebrity match between the England XI and World XI on Sunday, Olympic sprinting legend Usain Bolt suffered a horrific injury that led him to be stretchered off in the charity football match. Bolt was the captain of the World XI which included former players Alessandro Del Piero, Eden Hazard, Patrice Evra, and Peter Cech among others while the England XI featured former internationals Joe Cole, Gary Cahill, Theo Walcott, and more.

In the second half, Bolt, who assisted Del Piero in the first half to help the World XI take a 2-1 lead, went down while trying to break an England attack.

Watch Usain Bolt's assist to Del Piero here:

In a viral video on social media, Bolt was taken off the field on a stretcher after suffering an injury. He waved his hand and clapped as fans applauded him while the medical team stretchered him off.

Watch the video here:

Later, Bolt took to his official X handle to confirm that he ruptured his Achilles. The Jamaican posted a picture of himself sitting in the dressing room with crutches in his hands. He captioned, "Raptured Achilles but done know we a warrior 💪🏿"

England XI beat World XI 6-3

Talking about the charity match, England XI defeated World XI by 6-3 as Joe Cole scored the opening goal of the match in the 7th minute, however, former Belgian and Real Madrid forward Eden Hazard scored a stunning free-kick to equalise in the 14th minute. Five minutes later, Italian legend Del Piero took World Ci to a 2-1 lead while Ellen White scored the second goal for England XI in the 30th minute as the first half ended with a 2-2 score.

British entrepreneur  Steven Bartlett scored eight minutes into the second half to help his side take a lead while Jermain Defoe doubled the lead for the England XI. In the 73rd minute, Bartlett scored his second and fifth for the England XI. The World XI won a penalty three minutes later and Bobby Wingrove stepped up to score the third goal for his side.

With the England XI already two goals up against the World XI, Theo Walcott scored in the 81st minute to extend the lead to three goals. England XI coach  Frank Lampard and captain Jill Scott lift the Soccer Aid trophy together.