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Zlatan Ibrahimović and Paul Pogba perform the Bottle Cap challenge.
The insane bottle Cap Challenge has taken the Internet by storm. More and more celebrities and sports persons are joining the latest trend with each passing day.
This time, Swedish professional footballer Zlatan Ibrahimović was challenged by musician Språk för alla (Zoran).
Ibrahimović accepted the challenge and performed the stunt.
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Ibrahimović wrote on Instagram, “@sprakforalla (Zoran) You are welcome. @paulpogba you are next #bottlecapchallenge.”
The challenge was passed on to the French professional footballer, who immediately also accepted it.
Paul Pogba took the challenge to a different level. He performed it by uncapping two bottles with one spin kick.
Pogba wrote on his Instagram account, “@iamzlatanibrahimovic thanks for the #bottlecapchallenge invite! I’ve just put my pogtouch 😉if you don’t mind 2bottles capchallenge now.”
The challenge focuses on placing a bottle on a solid surface with the cap on it.
The goal is to uncap the bottle with a spin kick.
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