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STEVE McMANAMAN received the ultimate accolade as he was handed the captain's armband arm·band
A band worn around the upper arm, often as identification or as a symbol of mourning or protest.
Noun 1. armband - worn around arm as identification or to indicate mourning in Real Madrid's centenary celebration showpiece.
The England star was given the honour in the second-half of a match designed to commemorate the Spanish giants' 100-year history amid wild scenes of celebration in the Bernabeu Stadium last night.
Macca is something of a cult figure in Madrid, and he proved it by leading his side back from a 3-0 deficit to snatch a draw in an entertaining contest.
FIFA ensured that the Rest of the World, bar England, had a free midweek to allow the biggest names to visit Madrid.
Men like World Cup-winning captain Kafu, Rivaldo, Paolo Maldini, Roberto Baggio and Michael Ballack ensured that a packed Bernabeu was treated to a footballing extravaganza.
The Rest of the World took a three-goal lead through Miroslav Klose, Birmingham's Aliou Cisse and Brazil's Kaka ka·ka
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McManaman, the only Englishman ever to skipper Real, made two goals as Santiago Solari, Tote and Estenban Cambiasso levelled the scores.
HIGH KICKER: Real Madrid's Pavon checks Klose