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Usain Bolt says he is seriously hurt after being taken off a soccer aid on a stretcher.

Usain Bolt, a former Olympic winner, said he tore his Achilles tendon while being taken off the field on a stretcher during Soccer Aid.

The Jamaican who holds the 100-meter and 200-meter world records was captain of the World XI team that played England at Stamford Bridge, but he was unable to finish the game. Frank Lampard led his team to a 6-3 win, with goals from Joe Cole, Ellen White, Steven Bartlett, Jermain Defoe, Billy Wingrove, and Theo Walcott. The injury made things even worse for Mauricio Pochettino’s old Chelsea team.

Although the Manchester United fan had trained with Borussia Dortmund before, he fell down in a heap after trying to stop Defoe from making England’s lead 4–2. Bolt hurt himself while trying to make a challenge, and he had to be taken off the field on a bed.

After the game, Bolt went on social media to talk about how bad his injury was. He seemed to stay in a good mood, though.

He sent X a picture of himself in the changing rooms in west London with the words, “Raptured Achilles but done know we a warrior.” The 37-year-old man was seen with crutches and a protective boot on his right foot.

Eden Hazard went back to Chelsea and scored a free kick at the place where he used to play. After leaving Real Madrid in October of last year, the Belgian quit professional football.

Since its start in 2006, Soccer Aid has made more than £106 million for charity. This year, it raised more than £15 million, which is a record for the game. Their 1996 kit was worn in front of a full house at Stamford Bridge.

Bolt wasn’t the only player who had to leave the field hurt. Emmett Scanlan, who started the game, left with a pulled groin. Before the game, the star said he had never played football before.

English won Soccer Aid for the first time since 2018. At that time, the home team won the game on penalties after the game ended in a 3-3 tie.

Ellen White’s goal made history on Sunday night. The former Lionesses star scored the first goal ever scored by a woman in a practice match.

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