It's fair to say after 10 years since retiring from football that Gary Neville isn't the athlete he once was - and he reaffirmed that idea recently when trying to take on sprint sensation Dina Asher-Smith.
The 200m world champion is one of the gold-medal favourites at the Tokyo Olympics at that distance as well as the 100m.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Ahead of flying to Japan, Neville took part in a sprint session with Asher-Smith to get an insight into her preparations - although it went very awry, very quickly.
Gary Neville was in pain as he pulled a hamstring trying to race sprint star Dina Asher-Smith
Neville was given a 10m head-start as he took on the fastest-ever woman in Britain (left)
However, she quickly caught up with Neville during the sprint drill - who is 21 years her senior
As she caught up with the 46-year-old his left hamstring went causing him to stop partaking
After undergoing a vigorous warm-up, the pair were part of a group who participated in 40m sprint drills.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Going from a standing start, the 46-year-old Neville was blitzed by Britain's fastest-ever woman.
With her coach John Blackie