Crouch 'no match' for Hart's 'Fisherman' moves at charity ball dance-off!

   Sep 20, 1:20 pm

London, Sept 20 (ANI): Manchester city goalkeeper Joe Hart won an easy victory over Stoke City striker Peter Crouch during a dance-off at a charity ball with his new signature move - The Fisherman.

"Joe and Peter didn't need much persuasion to start the dance-off. They were pulling off some interesting moves," the Sun quoted a source as saying.

"But Joe managed to outshine his rival by bringing out The Fisherman.

"Guests ducked for cover as Joe launched his arms over his head and pretended to reel his 'catch' back in.

"Peter simply couldn't compete with that, not even with his catalogue of moves," added the source.

The event, hosted by property developer Dawn Ward and her husband, former Norwich and Blackburn striker Ashley, at their pad in Alderley Edge, Cheshire, saw Crouch's wife Abbey Clancy taking one of the judging seats. (ANI)

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