World Cup winner Sir Bobby Charlton dies aged 86.

Sir Bobby Charlton, one of Britain’s most gifted footballers who helped England win the 1966 World Cup, has died at the age of 86.

He made his first-team debut for Manchester United against Charlton Athletic in October 1956, aged 18 and part of the famous “Busby Babes”, survived the Munich air crash in 1958 in which 23 people died, including eight of his United team-mates.

Together with his brother Jack, he was a key figure in England’s 1966 World Cup winning team.