Jeremy Lynch will be hoping for third times a charm as he takes part in another Soccer Aid match on Sunday.
And he has a pretty good track record having scored the opening goal for England in 2018 and last year sent crowds at Stamford Bridge wild by scoring a Soccer Aid brace.
This time he will be lining up for the World XI at Old Trafford as the big charity match returns to Manchester.
For those who are aware of Jeremy, his success on the pitch may come as no surprise as he is a world-renowned football freestyler, widely regarded as one of the best at what he does.
Together with friend Billy Wingrove, they run F2 Freestylers Ultimate Soccer Skills Channel on YouTube, which has tens of millions of followers across all social media platform.
However Jeremy first came to people’s attention back in 2008 when he made it to the semi-finals of Britain’s Got Talent.
As for being back with Soccer Aid, Jeremy will join the likes of Paddy McGuinness, Joe Wicks, Olly Murs and Ashley Cole in the match which is broadcast live on ITV.
The charity match, which raises money for Unicef, will also this year recognise the impact coronavirus is having around the world.
As a result, this year, every £1 donated is automatically trebled thanks to the UK Government and Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance.