To make sure you never miss out on your favourite NEW stories, we're happy to send you some reminders

Click 'OK' then 'Allow' to enable notifications

What Happened When Two YouTubers Attempted 100 Shots Against The World's Tallest Goalkeeper

What Happened When Two YouTubers Attempted 100 Shots Against The World's Tallest Goalkeeper

Holy is six foot nine.

YouTube stars ChrisMD and Miniminter have gone viral after attempting 100 shots against the world's tallest goalkeeper Tomas Holy.

Holy plays for League Two outfit Carlisle United and stands at a staggering six foot nine, taller than former Premier League striker Peter Crouch and NBA icon LeBron James.

You don't need to be massive to be a good goalkeeper, but it definitely helps. ChrisMD and Miniminter decided to put Holy to the test with 50 shots from the edge of the D and then 50 shots from 25 yards out.

If you're wondering why Holy is in a Port Vale kit, he spent last season on loan with the Valiants before sealing a permanent move to Carlisle from Ipswich Town this summer.

Holy did give some advice on how to beat him and said getting down is tougher due to his frame. Miniminter tried to exploit that with his first shot but Holy matched it.

Miniminter can then be heard shouting: "He's so long bro!"

Chris eventually adopts that strategy too and he managed to get the first goal of the day by firing his shot into the bottom left corner.

Both get the confidence to aim for the top corner at this point and both efforts hit the woodwork, with Holy getting a touch on Miniminter's.


Between them, they manage to score five more from the edge of the D to give a tally of 7/50. Considering it's against a professional player, not too shabby.

The real test was when they went to 25 yards out and Holly was basically a wall.

"I don't want to sound disrespectful but you shouldn't score any of these," the 30-year-old joked before returning to action.

He was forced to eat his words. Chris smashed home on the half volley and he wheeled away in celebration, with Holy asking: "Who would save that?!"


It would be the final goal scored so that gives us 1/50 from 25 yards out. Feels unfair that it only counts as one to be fair.

The video ends with an overall record of 8/100, which is one less than Chris and TBJZL scored against then-Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster last year.

Featured Image Credit: YouTube/ ChrisMD

Topics: League Two, YouTube