Molly-Mae Hague pokes fun at Tommy Fury's Soccer Aid gaffe as fans come to his defence

Tommy Fury has become the subject of online jokes after a huge blunder at Soccer Aid, with even his fiancée Molly-Mae Hague joining in the fun. The professional boxer was among the celebrities taking part in this year's match, which aims to raise funs for UNICEF.

Tommy, 25, played for World XI alongside the likes of Jason Manford, Tony Bellew and Usain Bolt, as well as former footballers Eden Hazard, Roberto Carlos and Petr Cech. Sadly, Tommy's team were beaten by England, with final score being 6-3.

It marked Tommy's second year playing at Soccer Aid, but fans were quick to criticise his performance on the pitch. He suffered two big mishaps after being brought on as a sub.

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Molly-Mae poked fun at boyfriend Tommy following his performance at Soccer Aid -Credit:BANG Showbiz.

He stepped up to take a throw-in, but instead of throwing it over head he performed an underarm throw. Photos of the moment were shared on social media, with fans questioning Tommy's knowledge of football.

Molly-Mae, 25, who was at Stamford Bridge cheering her boyfriend on from the stands, joined in the fun and reshared a post about Tommy's throw. She simply penned: "Iconic x".

After the disastrous throw, Tommy was then given an opportunity to kick the ball into the box. However, he managed to miss the ball completely and kick the air.

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Tommy did an underarm throw-in at Soccer Aid prompting fans to mock him -Credit:ITV

Fans took to X to poke fun at Tommy's footballing skills, with one writing: "Tommy Fury should definitely stick to boxing." A second said: "Whys Tommy Fury playing bowing at Soccer Aid."

However, many fans came to his defence, with one writing: "Bro is trying his best in a Charity match and everyone is slating him grow up he's tried that's all that matters." Meanwhile, another commented: "Respect for showing up in the last events. Funny but at least he tries and does it for a good cause."

The 2024 match raised a staggering £15,049,590 for UNICEF, which provides humanitarian and developmental aid to children worldwide. Following this year's match, more than £100 million has been raised for the charity since Soccer Aid began in 2006.

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Tommy played for World XI for the second year in a row -Credit:PA

Diary of a CEO host Steven Bartlett was awarded Player of the Match for his incredible efforts for England. He scored two goals in the match, which was his first ever time playing in Soccer Aid.

Joe Cole, Jermain Defoe and Theo Walcott also scored for England, as well as Ellen White, who made history as the first ever female goalscorer in Soccer Aid history. For World XI, Eden Hazard, Alessandro Del Piero and Billy Wingrove all scored goals.