Premier League and African football legends go head to head for charity

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Premier League and African football legends go head to head for charity

Former Arsenal striker Kanu hosted a Charity Match at The Hive Stadium today, Barnet FC's home ground.

The Arsenal and Nigeria legend organised a one-off legends game for charity, with the likes of Sol Campbell, Robert Pires and Michael Essien all playing in the star-studded match.

The Petrolex Kanu Cup aims to raise money for the Kanu Heart Foundation and provide children in Africa with life-saving heart operations.

You can still donate by texting KANU25 followed by the value you wish to give (£1, £2, £3, £4 £5 and £10) to 70070.

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