- Caster Semenya has beaten Cristiano Ronaldo's 141 toe touches Living Room Challenge
- The South African posted a time of 176 toe touches in 45 seconds, 35 more than CR7
- Man United duo of Bruno Fernandes and Diogo Dalot did 117 and 105 touches respectively
Caster Semenya completely beat Cristiano Ronaldo's toe touching record in the Nike Living Room Cup challenge.
The Juventus striker began the promotion on social media and sports celebrities are beginning to respond to it.
Ronaldo completed 141 touches in 45 seconds but world 800meteres record holder Semenya showed the five-time Ballon d'Or winner she is far better than him.
The South African long-distance runner did an impressive 176 toe touches under 45 seconds and she took to her social media handle to share her feat.
"Hola fellas thanks to @cristiano for his challenge, the beast himself did his best, I also manage to scoop 176 in that space of 45 seconds.
"Not bad for a Sunday ke ya baba mfo."
Ronaldo's Juventus teammate Blaise Matuidi has also responded to the challenge claiming he did three touches more than CR7.
Man United duo Bruno Fernandes and Diogo Dalot only managed a total of 117 and 105 reps respectively in the same space of time.
Semenya will compete at the Tokyo Olympics in the 800m and the 200m event in a bid to add another medal to her cabinet.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo did 142 toe touches on a mat under 60 seconds to set a mark for his fans to beat in his new Living Room Cup challenge.
The 35-year-old is currently self-isolating with his family amid the global pandemic in his hometown of Madeira in Portugal.
CR7 has now set up a StayAtHomeChallenege on social media that will leave his fans who dare to try the routine sweating through their pants.
The Portuguese icon did 142 toe touches in 45 seconds and has urged fans to join him in the challenge.
Legit.ng also reported that Jamie Carragher has admitted that John Terry is the better version of him and the Chelsea legend was an underrated defender.
The central defenders represented their homeland England from 2003 to 2010 and the Liverpool icon admits he admired Terry's physicality and tough tackling.
Carragher also talked about Terry's technical ability which the former Blues defender has never been given credit for.
He told the Sky Sports' Off Script podcast: "John Terry was basically a better version of me."
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