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Adebayo Akinfenwa may be the world's strongest footballer, but he is just a big kid at heart.
The AFC Wimbledon striker, nicknamed The Beast, earned an entry in the 2016 Guinness Book of World Records after being named Strongest Player in the FIFA video game series for the fourth time in five years.
However, the man who edged out former QPR defender Chris Samba for the honour did not have as much success with some other fun records when collecting his certificate at Guinness' offices in London.
The now 33-year-old's fingers proved not as deadly as his feet or head as despite several attempts he fell short of the 33.06 seconds required when it came to the 'Fastest time to score against a computer on FIFA 16.
Despite showing surprising dexterity his bid to build the tallest Lego structure in 30 seconds only registered 21 blocks, seven shorter the record.
And his valiant attempt to beat the record for assembling Mr Potato Head also came up short.
Bayo Akinfenwa drops into Guinness World Records HQ in pictures: