Mangaluru: Mohammed Shaleel, a resident of Belma in Deralakatte, broke the record of two in the world by clocking 8 of 10 rounds with a football in just 30 seconds and has now set a Guinness World Record for himself.
In 2017, England’s Dele Alli broke his first Guinness World Record by clocking 7 rounds in 30 seconds.
In February 2021, women’s footballer Tasha Nicole Terani from West Lake Village in California, USA, entered the pages of the book by setting a Guinness World Record by hitting 18 rounds in a minute.
Mohammed Shaleel, son of R. B. Abdul Hameed and Mumtaz, a resident of Belma in Deralakatte, broke the records of the duo.
Shalil is an amateur footballer who is a final student of aviation and logistics college at Yenepoya Institute in Kuloor. A month ago, an application was filed to set a Guinness World Record through an online. After receiving a response a month later, I gave the test through an online video. The result came in a week through e-mail.