Andy Murray proved that even the coronavirus crisis could not stop him from being a serial winner after he bested Manchester United and England forward Marcus Rashford in an online quiz.
Murray won the virtual Madrid Open two weeks ago, showing every bit of the fierce competitiveness that has seen him become a world number one.
And he can now add another win to his growing list during the coronavirus break, this time after beating Rashford in a quiz about each other’s careers.
The prizes were well worth fighting over too, with Murray offering Wimbledon Centre Court tickets if Rashford was successful, and the Man Utd man offering executive box tickets at Old Trafford.
Andy Murray displayed sound knowledge of Rashford throughout, reeling off a series of facts including his squad number, his current goals tally for England, and which year he won the FA Cup.
“I’m happy with my day’s work now,” Murray said afterwards. “How are you planning on delivering those tickets to me?”
“You can steal my box for the game,” Rashford responded with a smile.
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