Robert Plant Takes Penalties At Wolverhampton Wanderers Charity Game
The pressure was on Plant to Bring It On Home...
In a Bank Holiday Monday charity football match, Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant stepped up to the spot to take a series of penalties during half-time.
Plant (wearing full kit with "Whole Lotta Love" on the back) took the spot-kicks against Wolves' chief executive Jez Moxey, who denied him two goals.
The game saw an all-star Wolverhampton Wanderers XI defeat a Sunderland XI 4-1 and raised money for Birmingham Children's Hospital, where Toby Craddock, the youngest son of former Wolves centre-back Jody Craddock, is receiving treatment for leukaemia.
You can find out more about the testimonial game at www.wolves.co.uk
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