WATCH: Dan Carter Sets Up Robbie Keane With Beautiful Cross In Charity Game
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Legendary All Blacks playmaker Dan Carter swapped an oval ball for something a little more rounder over the weekend as he took part in a charity football game in Manchester.
The two-time Rugby World Cup winner lined out for the Rest of the World XI against England in the 2018 Soccer Aid match at Old Trafford, and proved he’s a man of many talents.
With England leading 2-0, Carter helped get his side back into the game with an excellent cross that picked out former Ireland, Inter Milan and Spurs striker Robbie Keane who converted after a bit of a scramble.
Carter’s team featured the likes of Usain Bolt, Gordon Ramsey and Manchester City legend Yaya Toure. But unfortunately for the rugby star, England went on to win the game on penalties.