SATURDAY’S epic 15-goal thriller between Sidemen FC and the YouTube All Stars has raised over £1MILLION.

The social media celeb-fest also had a peak audience of a whopping 2.5m viewers on YouTube.

Sidemen won 8-7 in a 15-goal thriller

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Sidemen won 8-7 in a 15-goal thrillerCredit: PA
A packed out Valley watched the charity contest

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A packed out Valley watched the charity contestCredit: PA
KSI played a huge role in organising the event

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KSI played a huge role in organising the eventCredit: PA

During the game, viewers were encouraged to donate money which is being split between four charities – Teenage Cancer Trust, Living Miserably, Rays of Sunshine, and M7E.

The grand total for donations is still building as thousands re-watch the match via the official stream.

An incredible 18m tuned in over the first 24 hours.

After a four-year absence, the Sidemen Charity Match returned, with KSI’s Sidemen side just about edging an 8-7 victory.

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Miniminter stole the show with a sizzling hat-trick including a late, late winner as the game was ending on a knife-edge.

Among the FIFTEEN goals scored, Chunkz and Yung Filly both hit screamers for the YouTube All Stars.

The Valley – home of Charlton Athletic – was long SOLD OUT for the game, which saw KSI’s Sidemen group take on a selection of YouTube All Stars.

It was a packed out crowd at the SE7 stadium, hosting 27,111 supporters.

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And fans were treated to a glut of goal – which included some fantastic long-range strikes as well as questionable goalkeeping from both shot-stoppers.

Soccer Aid icon Chunkz produced a goal of the month contender after breaking the deadlock with a 35-yard banger.

It threatened to be a long afternoon for the Sidemen after they conceded twice in the opening ten minutes.

But two-quickfire strikes put them back on level terms against the YouTube All Stars, with the game plan from managers Mark Goldbridge and F2 Freestyler Billy Wingrove going out the window.

A total of seven goals were were scored in the first half with eight more in the second period, including a flurry at the end.

Manny Simon scored the winner by dinking it over Cal the Dragon, who was miles off his line.

Former Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg joked that he would get the entire Sidemen team tattooed on his BUM after reffing the contest.