Usain Bolt to play for Manchester United in charity game

Usain Bolt watches the action in the stands at Old Trafford

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World’s number one track champion, Usain Boltwill be featured in a charity between new English Premier League leaders Manchester United and Spanish giant Barcelona on September 2.

The Jamaican only managed a silver medal in the men’s 100m final after being beaten by the American Justin Gatlin, then pulled up in the 4x100m relay final with a hamstring injury and was unable to complete the race.

Should Bolt recover in time, the 30-year-old will appear along a host of former Manchester United players – including Edwin van der Sar, Paul Scholes, Denis Irwin, Dwight Yorke, and Phil Neville – in an all-star charity line-up managed by former United captain Bryan Robson and assistant Andrew Cole.