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CBS Sports panel in tears after seeing what Kate Abdo was up to in 2007, Thierry Henry couldn't believe his eyes

CBS Sports panel in tears after seeing what Kate Abdo was up to in 2007, Thierry Henry couldn't believe his eyes

The CBS panel couldn't believe it.

Kate Abdo left the CBS panel in stitches after it was revealed what she was doing in 2007 in a hilarious moment during last night's Champions League coverage.

Abdo was as usual hosting the CBS Champions League show, alongside Micah Richards, Thierry Henry, and Jamie Carragher.

The evening matches produced the biggest shock we've seen so far this season in the competition, as Arsenal were stunned by Porto who snatched a 93rd-minute winner.

By starting the match Porto's Pepe became the oldest outfield player in Champions League history at 40 years old, whilst in the evening's other match Barcelona's Lamine Yamal became the youngest-ever player to start a knockout match in the competition.

The 16-year-old had already started three matches in the group stages and has become a key figure for Barcelona this season, recently scoring a brace against Granada in La Liga.

Yamal's record-breaking evening got the CBS studio talking, with Abdo going through what each of the panel were doing in 2007, the year the Barcelona wonderkid was born.

"Yamal was born in 2007, which got our team thinking what were our lot doing in 2007," Abdo said on CBS.

"Thierry left Arsenal to sign for Barcelona in 2007, Jamie was named Liverpool's Player of the Year for the third time.

"Micah in 2006 was a PFA Young Player of the Year nominee, narrowly missing out, who did he miss out to? Cristiano Ronaldo so you can't blame him," She continued.

Richards then raised the question to Abdo, pushing her for an answer: "Hold on, what were you doing in 2007, Kate?"

Abdo didn't seem impressed with Richard's question, but before she could change the topic a showreel of her work from 2007 began to play.

The studio burst into laughter as Abdo held her head in her hands as footage of her previous work as a sports anchor and Top Magazine presenter.

The clips also once again demonstrated Abdo's incredible language skills, as her work on Spanish TV was also included.

Micah was first to take a dig at Abdo.

"Hang on play that first clip again, I want to hear the accent," He said with a laugh.

The former Manchester City defender then also got out of his seat to impersonate his host, as Henry and Carragher watched on.

Henry could barely comprehend what he was watching and remained speechless throughout.

Featured Image Credit: CBS

Topics: Champions League, Micah Richards, Thierry Henry, Jamie Carragher, Arsenal, Porto