Jamie Carragher caught Googling who co-presenter was – and he’s top footballer

Liverpool legend and pundit Jamie Carragher was left blushing on camera after he had to Google who his co-presenter was before the Reds clash with Atletico Madrid in the Champions League.

Featuring on American broadcaster CBS, Carragher was joined by former full-backs Micah Richards and Maurice Edu for punditry duty but was left red-faced when he had to admit he didn’t know who the former Rangers star was.

Carragher was then caught by Richards Googling his co-presenter with the 43-year-old scrolling through Edu’s Wikipedia page to see if he could recognise him.

The whole debacle was caught on camera by the ex-Manchester City right-back who can be heard giggling throughout the footage.

Jamie Carragher had to google who co-star Maurice Edu was ahead of recording

Richards’ images were then relayed during the live recording with presenter Kate Abdo quizzing Carragher on what he was up to before the show.

“Yeah I Googled him before I came in – did you get me on camera?” replied the pundit before Richards and Edu burst into laughter either side of him.

“Attention to detail,” was the next quip from Carragher, before Edu, a three-time SPL winner, replied: “He came well prepared.”

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Carragher may have been left red-faced with matters off the pitch but on the field Jurgen Klopp’s side will have delighted the former Liverpool defender with their performance.

The Reds booked their place in the last 16 of the competition with a comfortable 2-0 win over Atletico Madrid thanks to goals from Diogo Jota and Sadio Mane.

But despite qualifying for the knockout stages, Jurgen Klopp will not be rotating his side for their remaining Champions League matches due to the high financial rewards that can be gained.

Liverpool face a gruelling nine matches in 27 days in December and the German manager will have to utilise his deep squad to the best of his ability to avoid player injuries.

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