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YouTuber iShowSpeed has once again caused a stir at charity matches, this time at the expense of Kaká, 2007 Ballon d’Or winner.
The YouTube star was seen crashing into the Brazilian star, although he thankfully walked away with only a yellow card.
Known for his fervent support of Cristiano Ronaldo, Speed has become a familiar face at Sidemen FC matches and was selected for a star-studded charity event in Qatar.
The match sees Team Aboflah take on Team Chunkz to raise funds for the Education Above All (EAA) Foundation, to provide education to millions of out-of-school children around the world.
The YouTube star is known for his controversy and chaos.
Speed made a reckless tackle on the former Ballon d’Or winner
The influencer protested his warning during the charity match in Qatar
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Dubbed the “Match for Hope” and held at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, the event featured a line-up of content creators and football legends sharing the field.
Speed’s antics were in full swing throughout the game. Before kick-off, he joked with Eden Hazard about positions and even tried to discuss tactics with Arsene Wenger.
However, his most notable moment came in the first half when he collided with Kaká, forcing the legendary player to fall to the ground with a challenge from behind.
Despite celebrating the tackle as if it were a goal, Speed received a yellow card for his performance.
Fortunately, Kaká emerged from the incident unscathed and continued playing, despite the impact of the challenge.
Darren Watkins, known as iShowSpeed, is no stranger to charity football, having taken part in two previous matches.
His debut at The Valley in 2022 saw him collide with KSI within seconds of entering the field, while his second outing at West Ham’s London stadium featured an eventful performance that included a missed penalty.