AC Milan boss Clarence Seedorf scored three brilliant goals for a Charity team bossed by Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho, but one former Tottenham Hotspur player was perhaps not informed it was supposed to be a friendly!
The charity match, dubbed Soccer Aid, is played to raise money for the charity UNICEF and combines a mixture of celebrities and ex pros in a game between England and a 'Rest of World' (RoW) team. Sam Allardyce managed England while Jose Mourinho took control of the RoW.
It may have been for charity but Edgar Davids, known as the Pitbull during his playing days at Ajax, AC Milan and Juventus, was clearly not told as he caused an on pitch scuffle after fouling Robbie Williams' best mate Jonathan Wilkes.
The two had to be separated after the ex-Holland international hacked Wilkes as the TV presenter was about to cross the ball. Wilkes, clearly angry, quickly rose to his feet, reacted and had a small altercation with the former Barnet manager before other players could get in between the two players and break up the scuffle.
Wilkes clearly wasn't happy but Davids had the last laugh as his side went on to win 4-2 thanks mainly to other Dutch legend, Clarence Seedorf.
Seedorf opened his account for the RoW with a fine finish past Jamie Theakston just after half-time before scoring a brilliant 25 yard bullet into the top hand corner moments later. In the dying minutes he completed his hat-trick with a neat header from a cross by Santiago Cabrera.
With Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman ruled out of the World Cup through injury, perhaps Louis van Gaal has overlooked the perfect replacement for the holding midfield role. Of course he'd have to talk Seedorf out of retirement first but it's worth a go when he's playing this well.
His performance along with other ex legends like Alessandro Del Piero, Andriy Shevchenko and Edwin Van Der Sar wowed the crowd and showed that despite their age, they're all still pretty handy.
Former Westlife singer Nicky Byrne, who won the FA Youth Cup with Leeds in 1997, scored RoW's other goal with a brilliant first time lob in the second half to show he perhaps made the wrong career choice. England scored through a brilliant long range effort by Jamie Redknapp and a penalty from Kevin Phillips.
Earlier on in the game, Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho showed his funny side when he ran onto the pitch and tackled singer Olly Murs to the ground. Despite Davids less than charitable approach, the game was a success and raised over £4 million for UNICEF.
Watch match highlights below.