Alisha Lehmann has teamed up with viral trainspotter Francis Bourgeois in what is one of the most unlikely YouTube links you’ll see.
The ten-minute video was set to feature on the content creator’s online series, Trainspotting with Francis Bourgeois, in which he takes celebrities with him to watch different trains.
Lehmann was a guest on Bourgeois’ YouTube special (/caption)
The 24-year-old tried out some British classics while having a picnic with the viral trainspotter (/caption)
She even tried to drive the train and used one of Bourgeois’ signature selfie cameras (/caption)
In the video, Bourgeois and Lehmann had a good time during which they spent a day watching trains, football and a picnic during which the Aston Villa women’s footballer was introduced to the British classics, pork scrapings and pork pies.
Swiss international Lehmann also learned to drive a train and took the opportunity to learn all about trains from the transport expert.
Lehmann also got the chance to show off his skills, showing off his footballing skills to a group of dazzled young fans.
She is one of the best-known stars in women’s football and has played for Aston Villa this season, registering four goals and two assists in 21 appearances for the WSL.
The 24-year-old has many admirers on social media with more than 13.2 million followers to her name on the platform.
But despite her success on social media, Lehmann is adamant that she wants to be known for her football.
She told talkSPORT in February: “Some people just see Instagram and social media and don’t even know I play football, when I don’t post a football picture for a week people say, ‘Oh , she doesn’t even do it. play’.
“I think sometimes it’s a little hard because obviously I train every day, like everyone else, I play every weekend and sometimes it’s hard because they take a picture of you .
“I am a good footballer. I work hard every day. I want to be the best version of myself in football and that is my first priority in life.