Someone finally laid out Gordon Ramsay.
But it wasn't one of the cast-offs from any of his reality cooking shows. On Sunday, former Manchester United striker Teddy Sheringham took down the famously ornery British chef at the Soccer Aid match benefitting UNICEF.
Ramsay was one of the celebrities on the Rest of the World team taking on the best of England.
His teammates included Will Ferrell, Mike Myers, Woody Harrelson and Ed Norton. But Ramsay is no soccer novice. He grew up playing the sport and even tried out for the Glasgow-based Rangers F.C. In his biography, he claims to have played a couple non-league matches with the club, but his career on the pitch was cut short due to multiple injuries. In that regard, it's sort of fitting that his day on the Soccer Aid pitch ended as it did.
In the 61st minute, Ramsay was attempting to make a pass when Sheringham leveled him. To add insult to injury, the Man U striker patted Ramsay on the face as he lay on the ground in pain.
Medics were eventually called to carry the chef off.
Ramsay's publicist said he was taken to the hospital for a back injury, treated and released. "He would like to thank the medical team at the ground and the hospital for the excellent care he received," the statement said.
Through his Twitter account, @GordonRamsay01, the chef thanked all of his followers who sent an outpouring of support.
"Thx 4 all the messages. Out of hospital after receiving amazing care from medics at ground & hospital. Bit sore but fine Gx"
Ramsay's injury came for a worthy cause as the game raised $6.4M for UNICEF.
But to add insult to injury, his team lost 3-1.
-- Adam Watson is the food czar at ThePostGame. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamKWatson.
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