The GiveMeSport - Social Report: June 9

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Hello and welcome to the GiveMeSport – Social Report. Where we have a look at the weekend’s social media best bits!

Sunday night saw celebrities and football legends take to Old Trafford for an England v The Rest of the World match for Soccer Aid to support UNICEF. The Rest of the World won 3-2 who were managed by Jose Mourinho. With Mourinho even coming onto the pitch himself…

Surrey took on Essex in the T20 blast on Friday with good friends Ravi Bopara and Kevin Pietersen against each other. And it seems Bopara can predict the future as he tweeted KP before the game to tell him he was going to get him out…and that’s exactly what happened!

Over to America, in game 1 of the NBA finals LeBron James suffered leg cramp in the third quarter, so Gatorade took this as an opportunity to troll the Powerade endorsed athlete on twitter.

That's all for this week, send us in your social media best bits and we’ll pick the best ones for next’s weeks show.

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