Soccer AM’s crossbar challenge could make heroes of the most unlikely of players – but it could also make them look a bit…sh*t.
The concept was simple: hit the bar from the halfway line. The execution was much less so.
We’ve rounded up 10 of the worst attempts at the challenge, featuring a double entry from Mido.
Mido’s crossbar challenge is the fucking best thing I’ve ever seen.🤣pic.twitter.com/H2CPnBWuOm
— Swearing Sports News (@SwearingSport) January 15, 2020
Leeds United fans will not be surprised to see Paynter’s name on this list.
📝 Leeds United take on Hull City tonight, where plenty of players have played for both clubs
— LS11 – Leeds United Fan TV Channel (@LS11LUFC) January 30, 2018
He never looked confident.
A Soccer AM legend, but truly terrible tracky bottoms.
Possibly the worst Crossbar Challenge attempt ever from Lee Trundle…?
Mind you, he was being distracted by a naked masked man behind the goal. 😂 pic.twitter.com/dPDnr9pSVE
— Soccer AM (@SoccerAM) October 11, 2018
Stop horsing around.
The last attempt in this clip, and a reminder that Livermore is an England international.
A certain Champions League winning left-back and the world's most expensive defender involved in this Hull City Crossbar Challenge throwback 🤩 pic.twitter.com/EsEgOF8f2b
— Soccer AM (@SoccerAM) January 16, 2020
You know it’s bad when a lad dressed as Wonder Woman looks embarrassed for you.
Which goal was he aiming for?
“Barry Mason, assistant manager, three foot two legend.”
To be fair, he did say he wouldn’t reach.
We’re starting to think he’s not taking this seriously.