The charity match between Sidemen FC and YouTube All Stars on the weekend was a resounding success.
The game was played at Charlton Athletic’s ground, The Valley, and raised over £1 million for charity.
Those that were in attendance were not left disappointed as Sidemen won 8-7.
IShowSpeed travelled over from the United States for the match and he put on a show.
The YouTube star went viral on social media for a number of chaotic moments during the match.
He wiped out KSI in the opening 20 seconds, did his best Cristiano Ronaldo impression, went mental after scoring a disallowed goal and whipped referee Mark Clattenburg after receiving a yellow card.
A video taken from inside the YouTube All Stars dressing room before the match is now picking up thousands of retweets on social media.
Mark Goldbridge, a massive Manchester United fan and presenter for the The United Stand, was manager of YouTube All Stars for the game.
Speed was raving about his tactics and is then convinced into ‘believing’ that Goldbridge was once United manager by Niko Omilana.
The footage made for comical view and you can view it below…
VIDEO: Speed ‘believes’ Goldbridge used to be United manager
— Mark Goldbridge (@markgoldbridge) September 26, 2022
Speed points at Godbridge and says: “We need any tactics? Hit that man up right there.”
Niko then says: “You know who it is? You know he used to manage Manchester United…”
A shocked Speed then turns to Goldbridge and says with surprise: “Really? Why didn’t you tell me that? That you used to manage United?”
Goldbridge replies: “Very briefly. I won the treble. First time since ’99…”
Speed, a Ronaldo superfan, then says: “So you met Ronaldo?!”
Goldbridge replies: “Digitally.”
Theo Baker then says “really?”, to which Goldbridge replies: “Just telling him about the treble I won on FIFA last year.”
Speed, not realising the joke, says: He used to be manager of Manchester United! That’s sick bro. He’s doing crazy bro!”
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Speed has rose rapidly in popularity over the past few years and now has just shy of 11.5 million subscribers on YouTube.
With a personality like his, it’s not surprising to see him doing so well.
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