As the Super Bowl fever reaches far beyond the US borders, four Tottenham stars compete to find out who knows more about the National Football League.
Los Angeles Rams defeated the Cincinnati Bengals to win the Super Bowl LVI on Sunday. The Rams rounded off their incredible campaign with a 23-20 victory as they clinched their first Super Bowl since 1999 at the swanky SoFi Stadium.
As a club that host two NFL games every year, Tottenham are not unfamiliar with the Super Bowl craze. So, Betway has set up a challenge to find out how much the Spurs know about the National Football League!
Lucas Moura, Ben Davies, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Sergio Reguilon participated in a three-round challenge, testing their knowledge of the NFL. The group was divided into two teams: Hojbjerg and Reguilon against Davies and Moura.
In the first round, the two teams had to act out names of NFL teams in a game of charades. The Hojberg- Reguilon side won the first round 4-3, with Moura putting up a hilarious show when acting out Ravens. It’s a pity there are no Spurs in the NFL!
In the second round, the Tottenham stars were asked to decipher several NFL jargon. Hojbjerg explained ‘Fumble’ by saying it means ‘fumbling the ball’, which obviously did not convince Davies!
The Danish midfielder eventually got the correct answer. But, it was not enough to prevent Davies & Moura from going 7-5 ahead at the end of the second round.
The final round of the challenge was about knowing where NFL clubs are based. Players had to mark NFL team locations on a map, with Hojbjerg & Reguilon planning to pull off a comeback.
The pair did an impressive job, giving four correct answers. However, Davies and Moura won the overall Betway challenge with a 12-11 result. Check out the full Betway’s video with Tottenham below.
As we say goodbye to another exciting NFL season, European soccer tournaments are reaching their decisive stages.
Tottenham are fighting an uphill battle to salvage their first season under new manager Antonio Conte as they sit eighth in the Premier League. The Spurs will meet league leaders Manchester City in their next match on Saturday.