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Thierry Henry sends Jamie Carragher 'back to his lane' after Micah Richards joke on CBS

Thierry Henry sends Jamie Carragher 'back to his lane' after Micah Richards joke on CBS

Henry and Carragher had a minor disagreement on CBS - but it didn't last for long.

Thierry Henry sent Jamie Carragher 'back to his lane' after a joke about Micah Richards on CBS Sports' Champions League coverage.

The trio were on punditry duty for Bayern Munich's 2-2 draw against Real Madrid - and they got up to their usual shenanigans on set both before and after the match.

After full-time, presenter Kate Abdo saw that Richards had shared his notebook with Henry, with the Manchester City defender reminding his co-pundit of a piece of tactical analysis he'd given earlier in the night.

Carragher then quipped: "This show's come a long way hasn't it?

"Micah Richards is telling Thierry Henry about the tactics."

Henry then fired back: "He was just reminding me of something I told him," before staring straight ahead at the camera.

Carragher and Richards then burst into laughter, with the latter adding: "He made a really good point about Thomas Muller, I just wanted to make sure you remembered what it was."

Henry then went one step further: "I'm just putting Jamie back to his lane."

The Arsenal and France icon couldn't help but smile after uttering that line, before Carragher lightened the mood in the studio by musing: "You know who else needs to go back to his lane? Kim [Min-jae, who gave away a penalty for Bayern Munich], the defender!"

On the pitch, there were some small fireworks as well, with a notable incident involving Jude Bellingham and Harry Kane.

The pair are, of course, England team-mates, but were on opposite sides at the Allianz Arena.

Kane stepped up to give Bayern a 2-1 lead from the penalty spot in the second half - but not before Bellingham had a few words in the ear of the striker.


The England striker, though, didn't hear what the Real midfielder told him, as he told TNT Sports post-match: "I don't know what he was saying, I saw him in my ear mumbling something. I'd have to ask him what he actually said!

"In that moment, I'm just in my zone, I'm just trying to block everything out."

Vinicius Junior scored both goals for Real Madrid, either side of Leroy Sane's equaliser to make it 1-1, meaning the scores are locked at 2-2 heading into the second leg at the Bernabeu.

Featured Image Credit: TNT Sports

Topics: Micah Richards, Thierry Henry, Jamie Carragher, Champions League, Football