World’s Strongest Man Tom Stoltman of Invergordon lines up with sprinting legend Usain Bolt ahead of the Soccer Aid charity match for Unicef ​​and reveals his goalkeeping and challenging skills at the crossbar

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NOT happy to have won back-to-back World’s Strongest Man titles, Invergordon’s Tom Stoltman is now revealing a hidden talent for the beautiful game.

The 28-year-old is involved this year in Soccer Aid, a charity event that has raised millions for the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (Unicef).

A star-studded cast of celebrities have signed up for the televised event.

Stoltman showed silky-smooth skills on the pitch as a fearsome goalkeeper and rose to – and beat – the crossbar challenge.

Tom and his brother Luke shared a workout video ahead of today’s big event.

Tom also shared an image of himself with World XI roster captain, sprinting legend Usain Bolt.

Soccer Aid is played at the London Stadium on Sunday. Other stars set to appear include One Direction’s Liam Payne, Line of Duty’s Martin Compston and a host of football stars past and present.

Tom is a huge Rangers fan and took the time to watch his favorites in Sevilla’s Europa League final against Eintracht Frankfurt days before successfully defending his strongman title in California.

Related: Street party plans after second world’s strongest man title for Invergordon’s Tom Stoltman


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