Commentators on ITV's Soccer Aid were forced to apologise after Jill Scott's 'industrial language' following the former footballer missing a shot on goal. 

On Sunday, (June 9) Soccer Aid 2024 took place at Stamford Bridge in London, which saw England XI take on a Rest of the World XI - which saw reality TV stars, actors and actresses, and others from the entertainment industry join former professional footballers to raise money for charity. 

The England and World XI teams starring the likes of EastEnders’ Bobby Brazier, Sir Mo Farah and Line of Duty’s Vicky McClure (plus so many more including legends such as Jermain Defoe).

While the England XI ran out 6-3 winners - all eyes were on former Lioness Jill Scott, who hails from Sunderland. 

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After finding herself virtually through on goal, the former footballer missed a shot on goal - but instead of brushing it off, she was seen by the ITV cameras shouting the word "f**k". 

While commentators Ian Sterling and Sam Matterface said they were "constantly" apologising for Jill, viewers loved the "raw" reaction from the ex-professional footballer. 

Taking to Twitter, one user wrote: "I love that Jill Scott is all of us here," while another added: "Soccer Aid is great - but Jill Scott is making this game!"