Andros Townsend, Clinton Njie and Nabil Bentaleb joined Thai rock star Toon for a game of killer ping pong at Tottenham’s training ground.
It’s the latest in a line of inventive challenges the Spurs media team have set their stars.
If they’re not taking on some tough american football games, they’re playing Footpool or doing the dizzy penalty challenge – and this time around they took to the ping pong table.
The aim of the game was to hit your shot then run around the table to receive another at the other end before repeating over and over. Whoever failed to hit the other side would lose one of three lives and potentially miss out on a best-of-three final.
To be fair to all three Spurs stars, they’re all impressive with the bat in hand, but just weren’t good enough for the musician from Thailand:
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That said, we’ve absolutely no idea why he was at Tottenham’s training ground that day.
Toon – real name Atiwara Kongmalai – is the lead singer of Thai rock band Bodyslam and we can only imagine Spurs are trying to use him in some way to increase their brand awareness in Asia.