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American network CBS Sports delighted fans during their Champions League coverage with a hilarious segment involving Thierry Henry, Jamie Carragher and Micah Richards.
Towards the end of their coverage, presenter Kate Abdo moved onto a segment called ‘In The Mixer’ which involves her asking Henry, Carragher and Richards some quick fire questions.
However, Richards threw a spanner in the works by revealing that Abdo will be the one answering questions from the three pundits on the panel.
Richards, Carragher and Henry took turns to ask Abdo questions. They asked about her accent, which has been questioned by many on social media after hearing her speak with a mix of an American and English accent.
Abdo was also quizzed about her first kiss when she was younger.
As the segment was posted on CBS Sports’ official Twitter account, fans from over the world were able to watch it.
Many fans showed their delight over the content.
One fan said: “Class show this is. Carragher, Richards and Henry are all class together.”
Another tweeted: “Love this team, wish sky and BT had this sort of banter.”
A third fan added: “Theirry jamie n micah would be a proper good bunch to have a laugh like this with.”
Another said: “This is class, we need to replace BT SPORT with this CBS.”
Though their fun side is there for all to see, the trio does also provide fans with brilliant punditry when required.
The former Liverpool defender said: “I’ll be honest with you, when I look at that statement I think is incredibly arrogant to speak about a league that you don't know.
“I don't particularly like those ideas but to come and speak like that when he's not even proved that he can run a Premier League club well yet. I mean he's sacked a manager after three games having spent £250million. Straight away you're thinking 'that's not right’.”
Henry then spoke about the blunder Boehly made after he claimed Kevin de Bruyne and Mohamed Salah were produced in the Chelsea academy.
He said: “I just want to say something, to comment about the De Bruyne and Mo Salah [about the academy], yeah just learn your lesson and then come back and teach us something.”