Gary Neville took on Dina Asher-Smith in a race and it ended fairly badly for the previous Manchester United defender.
Neville performed an excellent interview with the World Champion sprinter and Workforce GB gold medal hopeful on the Tokyo Olympics on his YouTube channel – The Overlap.
The video confirmed the previous England worldwide going up towards Asher-Smith on the race observe, just for him to drag up with a hamstring harm.
After pulling up only a few metres in, Neville stated: “Oh no! I knew it could go. It was at all times going to go, wasn’t it?
“Coach, you didn’t heat me up correctly.
“Coach of the Yr? He’s pulled my hamstring!”
Asher-Smith is a part of the 76-strong workforce of athletes heading to the video games, which start later this month.
She gained gold within the 200m on the World Championships in 2019 and picked up silver within the 100m.
The sprinter is likely one of the largest British stars heading to the video games and can go in as one of many favourites to choose up a medal.
She instructed Neville: “I like racing. It’s thrilling primarily as a result of I like Championships, and it isn’t that I’m notably excited for an end result – as a result of no person has a crystal ball, no person can anticipate what the season goes to be like, what something goes to be like – however I simply love a problem.
“I’m actually excited, the factor for me that I at all times love about sprinting is that it’s like an adrenaline rush.
“Everyone will be on Instagram and social media like ‘hashtag eat, sleep, repeat, I lifted this as we speak, working so laborious, hashtag exercise Wednesday’. You are able to do all that, you possibly can say all that, however when it comes right down to that, let’s see.
“What are you made from? When the gun goes and once you step up, how a lot nerve do you’ve got? That is the second, if it isn’t now, when? That’s what I like about racing.”