The TV chef went down under a clumsy challenge from the former England star who then playfully slapped him as he lay on the ground
Gordon Ramsay was stretchered off yesterday as the Soccer Aid match between England and the Rest of the World got a bit tasty.
The TV chef, who once played for Rangers, went down under a clumsy challenge from former England star Teddy Sheringham, who then playfully slapped him as he lay on the ground.
The Soccer Aid event saw an England side, led by Take That’s Williams, take on a Rest of the World team.
The Kitchen Nightmares star, 45, was given oxygen as he bowed out at Old Trafford after five minutes, and was taken to hospital for a check-up. The England team, which included Robbie Williams and his pal Jonathan Wilkes, won 3-1.
Robbie Williams’ England side beaten a team of Hollywood A-listers and football legends 3-1 in the fourth Soccer Aid at Manchester’s Old Trafford stadium.
Two teams of celebrities, including Hollywood actors Will Ferrell, Edward Norton and Michael Sheen, clashed in Sunday’s game which raised more than £4 million for Unicef.
Before the game Soccer Aid had raised more than £6.5 million through ticket sales and donations, with all profits going to Unicef’s work helping children across the world.