Video: Can ex-Liverpool striker Emile Heskey hit a cow’s a*se with a banjo?

Video: Former Liverpool striker Emile Heskey silences his critics after hitting cow's a*se with a banjo

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Emile Heskey has proven that he can hit a cow’s a*se with a banjo to end one of the biggest questions hanging over the former striker’s head.

The former Liverpool forward was often accused of being overly wasteful throughout his Premier League career at Leicester City, Liverpool, Birmingham City, Wigan Athletic and Aston Villa.

The 36-year-old former England international called time on his professional football career after scoring 10 goals in 40 A-League appearances for Newcastle Jets this year.

And Heskey, who was a guest on Des Kelly’s BT Sport show, was handed the opportunity to hit a cow’s backside with a banjo to silence once and for all his doubters.

Heskey joined Liverpool in an £11m deal in 2000 and scored a commendable 39 goals for the club in 150 matches.

The former England man won the FA Cup, Uefa Cup and two League Cups during a five-season spell at Anfield.

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