IF you reckon Piers Morgan celebrated the hardest after his Rest Of The World team won Soccer Aid, you thought wrong.
Captain Usain Bolt and star player Didier Drogba didn’t stop boozing until the time co-manager Piers got up to host “Good Morning Britain.”
The pair, along with a group of close pals, got through £15,000-worth of booze at London club Libertine as they toasted victory against England, who were captained by Sir Mo Farah.
They won 3-1 on penalties in the charity match at Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge after the game had ended 2-2.
A source said: “Bolt hosted an impromptu party at the club. He was in such a celebratory mood after winning Soccer Aid.
“He DJ’d and was talking to fans on the mic as well as drinking Hennessy cognac and Dom Pérignon champagne. He racked up a £15,000 bill with his entourage and they didn’t leave the club until gone 4am.”
Niall Horan, Roberto Carlos and Kem Cetinay who scored the late equaliser, were also part of Harry Redknapp and Piers team.
Soccer Aid has raised a record-breaking £6,774,764 so far — over £1million more than last year’s on-the-night total.
In 2016 Usain boozed until sunrise at a London club after winning three golds for the third Olympics in a row.
Good on him.
Usain Bolt lifts trophy after World XI win Soccer Aid 2019
The Sun UK