Greg Rutherford got in at 6:30am on Monday morning, after pulling an all-nighter with his Soccer Aid team on Sunday following the boozy celebrations.

The retired athlete, 37, was secretly filmed by his wife Susie as he was fast asleep on his sofa, despite promising he would help his children get ready for school.

But after a heavy night partying with his teammates, Greg hit the pillow and was out for the count in seconds.

Greg’s wife posted a picture of Greg alongside a poll, asking fans what time they think he got in the door.

She wrote: ‘What time did @gregrutherford get in fron @socceraid? He got in as I was getting up.’

Greg Rutherford, 37, got in at 6:30am on Monday morning, after pulling an all-nighter with his Soccer Aid team on Sunday following the boozy celebrations

Greg Rutherford, 37, got in at 6:30am on Monday morning, after pulling an all-nighter with his Soccer Aid team on Sunday following the boozy celebrations

The retired athlete was secretly filmed by his wife Susie as he was fast asleep on his sofa, despite promising he would help his children get ready for school

The retired athlete was secretly filmed by his wife Susie as he was fast asleep on his sofa, despite promising he would help his children get ready for school

Greg Rutherford got in at 6:30am on Monday morning, after pulling an all-nighter with his Soccer Aid team on Sunday following the boozy celebrations

Meanwhile, Jill Scott, who captained the Soccer Aid England team, started the celebrations off strong by belting out 'It's Coming Home' while the iconic Three Lions song played in the background

Meanwhile, Jill Scott, who captained the Soccer Aid England team, started the celebrations off strong by belting out 'It's Coming Home' while the iconic Three Lions song played in the background

Meanwhile, Jill Scott, who captained the Soccer Aid England team, started the celebrations off strong by belting out ‘It’s Coming Home’ while the iconic Three Lions song played in the background

Jill stood up in the centre of the party bus while Danny Dyer , Bobby Brazier and Tom Grennan joined in with the celebrations

Jill stood up in the centre of the party bus while Danny Dyer , Bobby Brazier and Tom Grennan joined in with the celebrations

Jill stood up in the centre of the party bus while Danny Dyer , Bobby Brazier and Tom Grennan joined in with the celebrations

EastEnders actor and Strictly Come Dancing star Bobby, 20, took to Instagram to share an insight into their celebrations

EastEnders actor and Strictly Come Dancing star Bobby, 20, took to Instagram to share an insight into their celebrations

EastEnders actor and Strictly Come Dancing star Bobby, 20, took to Instagram to share an insight into their celebrations

In another post, she shared Greg said “I’ll stay awake to help the kids ready for school”, but filmed him sleeping on the sofa.

Meanwhile, Jill Scott, who captained the Soccer Aid England team, started the celebrations off strong by belting out ‘It’s Coming Home’ while the iconic Three Lions song played in the background.

Jill stood up in the centre of the party bus while Danny Dyer, Bobby Brazier and Tom Grennan joined in with the celebrations.

EastEnders actor and Strictly Come Dancing star Bobby took to Instagram to share an insight into their celebrations.

Also on the party bus, former Made In Chelsea star Sam Thompson was seen dancing along and chanting. 

Martin Compston posted a selfie with former French footballer Patrice Evra as he posed in funky red sunglasses. 

England ended their five-game losing streak at Soccer Aid with a 6-3 win over the World XI.

Ellen White made history as the first female player to score in Soccer Aid, while Steven Bartlett found the net twice during an eventful game.

Greg's wife posted a picture of Greg alongside a poll, asking fans what time they think he got in the door

Greg's wife posted a picture of Greg alongside a poll, asking fans what time they think he got in the door

Greg’s wife posted a picture of Greg alongside a poll, asking fans what time they think he got in the door

Martin Compston posted a selfie with former French footballer Patrice Evra as he posed in funky red sunglasses

Martin Compston posted a selfie with former French footballer Patrice Evra as he posed in funky red sunglasses

Martin Compston posted a selfie with former French footballer Patrice Evra as he posed in funky red sunglasses

Meanwhile, Tommy Fury had Soccer Aid viewers that he had 'never watched football' when he took part in the charity match on Sunday

Meanwhile, Tommy Fury had Soccer Aid viewers that he had 'never watched football' when he took part in the charity match on Sunday

Meanwhile, Tommy Fury had Soccer Aid viewers that he had ‘never watched football’ when he took part in the charity match on Sunday 

England ended their five-game losing streak at Soccer Aid with a 6-3 win over the World XI

England ended their five-game losing streak at Soccer Aid with a 6-3 win over the World XI

England ended their five-game losing streak at Soccer Aid with a 6-3 win over the World XI

Robbie Williams co-founded Soccer Aid in 2006 with Jonathan Wilkes and the event aims to bring nations together to help raise money and awareness for children worldwide

Robbie Williams co-founded Soccer Aid in 2006 with Jonathan Wilkes and the event aims to bring nations together to help raise money and awareness for children worldwide

Robbie Williams co-founded Soccer Aid in 2006 with Jonathan Wilkes and the event aims to bring nations together to help raise money and awareness for children worldwide

£15,049,590 was raised by the event, with former Chelsea star Eden Hazard scoring for the World XI on his return to Stamford Bridge

£15,049,590 was raised by the event, with former Chelsea star Eden Hazard scoring for the World XI on his return to Stamford Bridge

£15,049,590 was raised by the event, with former Chelsea star Eden Hazard scoring for the World XI on his return to Stamford Bridge

£15,049,590 was raised by the event, with former Chelsea star Eden Hazard scoring for the World XI on his return to Stamford Bridge.

Meanwhile, Tommy Fury had Soccer Aid viewers that he had ‘never watched football’ when he took part in the charity match on Sunday.

The former Love Island star, 25, threw the ball underarm after coming in as a sub part way through the game.

He started off by holding the ball above his head as he worked out where to throw it at the Stamford Bridge match.

But the younger brother of boxer Tyson Fury then, in a sudden movement, decided to  hold the ball below his waist and roll it in.

One fan wrote: ‘Look at the state of this throw in from Tommy Fury!’ 

Following the fish out of water performance, fans questioned just how much experience Fury had prior to the match.

One fan wrote: ‘Tommy fury has just actually done an underarm throw in. absolutely mad that he doesn’t no the rules of football.’

Robbie Williams co-founded Soccer Aid in 2006 with Jonathan Wilkes and the event aims to bring nations together to help raise money and awareness for children worldwide.

Notable celebrities featured included Paddy McGuinness, Maisie Adams, Lee Mack and Jason Manford.

Last year’s game which was hosted at Manchester United’s home stadium of Old Trafford, was the the most successful game on record, raising a record-breaking £14.6million. 

Robbie – who has appeared in four Soccer Aid matches himself – has co-managed the England side in their quest for victory against the opposition World XI.  

 

 

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