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Jamie Carragher watches back his first career red card and his reaction is priceless

Jamie Carragher watches back his first career red card and his reaction is priceless

Jamie Carragher enjoyed a successful career with Liverpool.

Jamie Carragher watched back his first career red card and his reaction was priceless.

On Wednesday night, Carragher, along with Thierry Henry, Micah Richards and Kate Abdo were on the CBS Sports panel as the Champions League round of 16 matches continued.

German Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich lost 1-0 to Serie A side Lazio whilst French giants Paris Saint Germain, led by superstar Kylian Mbappe, beat Spanish club Real Sociedad 2-0.

During the coverage on CBS Sports, Carragher was shown footage of the first red card he received as a professional player.

Carragher was shown a red card for a challenge made on a Charlton Athletic forward.

Abdo said: “25 years ago today, Jamie Carragher got his first red card, straight red.”

Reacting to the video, Carragher said: “How do you get red-carded for that? I just got my arm across, great defending.

“What a coward you are! Get up!” You can watch the footage below.

Carragher is one of Liverpool’s finest ever defenders having made 737 appearances for the Anfield club across all competitions.

During his time as a Liverpool player, Carragher won three League Cups, two FA Cups, two FA Community Shields, two UEFA Super Cups, one Champions League and one UEFA Cup.

On the international stage, the central defender was capped 38 times by England. He played in the 2006 World Cup quarter-final clash against Portugal, where he had a penalty saved during the shoot-out defeat.

In 2013, Carragher called time on his career and nearly went out with a bang with a stunning goal.

Playing in his last match for Liverpool against Queens Park Rangers, Carragher rattled the post with a 30-yard strike before being substituted in the 87th minute.

Since retiring, Carragher has been working as a pundit for the likes of Sky Sports and CBS Sports.

Featured Image Credit: CBS Sports

Topics: Jamie Carragher, Liverpool, Champions League, Football