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Jason Cundy Pranked Over Zoom Call By Steven Gerrard Impressionist And It's Absolute Comedy Gold

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Jason Cundy Pranked Over Zoom Call By Steven Gerrard Impressionist And It's Absolute Comedy Gold

In one of the best pranks we've seen in a long time, talkSPORT presenter Jason Cundy was left red-faced after being pranked by impressionist Darren Farley over an excruciatingly awkward Zoom call.

Fellow talkSPORT presenter Andy Goldstein teamed up with both MansionBet and Farley to play the prank on an unsuspecting Cundy, who is a regular on the popular show.

Former Chelsea defender Cundy was told that the station had organised an exclusive interview with Rangers manager Steven Gerrard and well, things got extremely awkward. You can see the full interview below. This is brilliant!


Cundy - after being told that Gerrard doesn't have a clue who he is - begins the conversation by calling his interviewee 'Stevo', which didn't go down well.

Farley then questions Cundy's appreciation of the Scottish game before admitting that he never even watched England's opener in the European Championship against Croatia on Sunday afternoon - a statement that left Cundy in a state of shock.

Things progressively got worse for the bemused talkSPORT presenter, who looked on helplessly as the brilliant Farley continued to rip into him.

Image credit: talkSPORT
Image credit: talkSPORT

Then, in a hilarious reveal, both Farley and Goldstein appear on camera as an embarrassed Cundy shakes his head in astonishment. This might just be the best Zoom call prank of the year to date. Take a bow, talkSPORT and the crew.

Featured Image Credit: talkSPORT

Topics: Chelsea, Football, Premier League, Steven Gerrard, Rangers

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