Toe Poke Daily: Moscardelli ends the bottlecap challenge for everyone

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Moscardelli ends the bottlecap challenge

Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba are just two of the world-famous footballers to have attempted the bottlecap challenge -- a viral sensation which involves people kicking the cap off a bottle with a roundhouse kick.

Zlatan's effort, given he has a black belt in Taekwondo, should have been pretty good and it proved so, but Pogba upped the ante by knocking off two at the same time.

However, 39-year-old Pisa striker Davide Moscardelli has set a new bar.

Belgium-born Moscardelli is more famous for his incredible beard than anything he has managed on a football pitch in recent years, but now he may enter the annuls of history for officially ending the #bottlecapchallenge. Until NBA star James 'The Beard' Harden has a go of course.

Kolasinac is incredible

ICYMI overnight, Arsenal defender Sead Kolasinac helped to fight off two assailants who approached teammate Mesut Ozi's car brandishing knives.

Kolasinac put his life on the line to fend off the masked aggressors with his bare hands and then posted an update on his social media account the following morning.

So much respect.

Valderrama loses the curls

For those of you who have not come across Carlos Valderrama before, he was a legend of 1990s football. Always visible in the Colombia midfield because of his giant curly afro, Valderrama became a cult hero in the game and won fans around the world.

Now 57, Valderrama is clearly having something of a mid-life crisis as he was pictured recently WITHOUT HIS CURLS.

We're not sure the footballing world will embrace this new look. Hopefully the hot weather ends his dalliance with straight hair, the curls return, and life can go back to normal again.

Hazard and Van Dijk make a nice change from Ronaldo or Messi

The king is dead. Long live the king.
The king is dead. Long live the king.

Just once in the previous seven instalments of the famous football video game FIFA has someone other than Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo graced the cover -- Marco Reus in FIFA 17. But there are now fresh faces to join the fold.

Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk and Real Madrid attacker Eden Hazard will be on the front cover of EA Sports' FIFA 20, which will be released on Sept. 27.

Finally, some new blood!

Mbappe with the backheel

Kylian Mbappe trains like he plays. Sadly for opposition defenders and also his own teammates who happen to be defenders, that means being awesome 24/7.

No doubt this finish is coming to a Ligue 1 or Champions League near you very soon.