Emile Heskey hits cow's backside with banjo

Former England striker Emile Heskey hits a cow's backside with a banjo live on television.

Emile Heskey has proved that he can indeed hit a cow's backside with a banjo by doing just that on live television.

The former England international was ridiculed throughout his career for a misly goalscoring record which saw him notch just seven times in 62 appearances for the Three Lions.

So, when he appeared as a guest on BT Sport, Des Kelly suggested that the 36-year-old should dismiss the age-old saying that he cannot hit a cow's rear end with a banjo.

The one-time Leicester, Liverpool, Birmingham and Wigan striker stepped up and did just that, snapping the end off the stringed instrument.

Heskey is currently looking for a club after leaving Australian outfit Newcastle Jets.

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