Harry Styles embarrasses Piers Morgan at charity football match

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One Direction heartthrob Harry Styles seized an opportunity to embarrass Piers Morgan during a charity football match on Monday, pranking the former CNN host by pulling his shorts down and proceeding to flash the celebrity Arsenal fan's pants to a baying crowd of supporters.

Morgan was in attendance at Leicester City's King Power Stadium for a fundraiser arranged by Styles's bandmate Niall Horan, who pitted two teams against each other with the help of ex-pros and a variety of famous faces from the world of music and television.

The 49-year-old former Britain's Got Talent judge was tasked with managing one of the teams, and took his role rather too seriously when he was caught short on the sideline by Styles, as the One Direction star emerged from the tunnel.

After successfully shaming Morgan in his technical area Harry wheeled away in celebration, commemorating the perfectly timed jape with a jubilant fistpump whilst also acknowledging the appreciative onlookers in the stand adjacent.

However, the 1D prankster's touchline antics were not his only contribution to the charity game, he also netted the only goal for bandmate Horan's team to secure a 1-1 draw, taking the match to penalties.

Sadly, it was Piers Morgan who had the last laugh though, as his side ran out winners from 12 yards. Still, at least Harry Styles got one over him earlier in the day.

Watch footage of One Direction star Harry Styles pulling a brilliant pants prank on Piers Morgan in the video above - and share any other memorable moments involving celebrities at other charity matches in years gone by…

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