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A triumphant result at the annual UNICEF Soccer Aid match gave Piers Morgan an opportunity to gloat as he resumed his hosting duties alongside Susanna Reid on Monday’s edition of Good Morning Britain.
The 54-year old co-coached a star-studded Rest of the World XI to a penalty shoot-out win over England at London’s Stamford Bridge.
Reid - Bench - Bolton - Wanderers - Everton
With Reid on the opposing bench alongside former Bolton Wanderers and Everton manager Sam Allardyce, the win was even sweeter – and Morgan couldn’t resist the urge to crow over his co-host as they reflected on the match.
To rub salt into the wound, the presenter brought in the silver shield his team were awarded after overcoming a strong England team captained by former TOWIE star Mark Wright.
Reid - 'snowflake - Manager - Rest - World
Branding Reid a 'snowflake manager' for failing to beat a Rest of the World team that included Olympic sprinter Usain Bolt and Line Of Duty star Martin Compston, Piers repeatedly harked back to his win by repeatedly playing the chorus to Queen's We Are The Champions....
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