During the World Cup in Qatar, Bukayo Saka’s hilarious “spelling school” videos went viral on TikTok.
The 21-year-old Arsenal midfielder, who is one of the youngest players on the team, has three goals thus far in the competition.
He has been putting his colleagues to the test in-between games with a game called Saka’s Spelling School, which is as hilarious as it sounds
He asked England’s James Maddison to spell the word aesthetic in the first episode. He didn’t hold out much hope, though, as Saka couldn’t even utter the term.
The Leicester star began to spell the word with “A, E, S, T,” thinking he had nailed it. “Spell aesthetic, aesthetic, any way you say it,” he said.
The truth is that he spelled it incorrectly, and Saka joyfully yelled “WRONG” before asking Jack Grealish to spell rhythm.
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However, the Man City player still misspelled the word as Maddison enviously inquires as to why he received the “easy word.”
Declan Rice had to spell a word in the second episode, and the clip opens with Saka making fun of him for seeming uneasy.
Then, as they are eating, he asks the West Ham star to spell pronunciation, and everyone laughs as he also gets it wrong.
The apprehensive Marcus Rashford who initially didn’t realize he was attending the spelling school was seen on camera in the subsequent video.
Saka asked, “Spell embarrassed,” and the Man United forward thought he got the word right but overlooked the double “R.”
Trent Alexander-Arnold, a Liverpool star, repeatedly spelled the word “entrepreneur” in the final episode while speaking in a fancy tone.
“The individual. He’s a little too self-assured, though,” Saka remarked, and it was obvious that their arrogance had won out when he inserted an errant “N” in the middle.
James Maddison Has Joined In
The fact that Maddison started posting the spelling bee videos on his own TikTok shows how much he enjoyed the series.
“We all know you can stick it in the back of the net, but what the fans really want to know is can you spell nauseated,” he said, forcing Saka to play his own cruel game.
Saka crushed the task, and everyone celebrated. The footballer added the suspenseful Who Wants To Be a Millionaire song in the background to add a little extra tension.
The Chelsea star mispronounced the third letter when he was asked to spell the word by Mason Mount, who was next on his hit list.
He wanted to give it another try after realizing that it should have been a double “C,” but Madison wouldn’t let it.