SKY SPORTS presenter David Jones appeared far from impressed with Daniel Sturridge and Micah Richards after the pair attempted to answer a tricky football question live on air.
Jones was presenting Super Sunday on Sky when he quizzed the former England stars on five players that have won the Premier League, the Champions League, the FA Cup and the World Cup.
He then went on to give them one answer in the form of Julian Alvarez.
Following a five minute ad break, Richards offered to name one of the players.
But he only responded with: "Alvarez," much to the disappointment of Jones.
As Richards and Sturridge burst into laughter, the presenter kept a straight face and shook his head while staring at the camera crew.
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Among the exclusive list of players that have won all four accolades are Fabien Barthez, Thierry Henry, Juliano Belletti, Gerard Pique, Pedro, N’Golo Kante and Patrick Vieira.
The trio appeared on Super Sunday to cover West Ham vs Nottingham Forest and Chelsea vs Manchester City.
West Ham clinched a 3-2 win over Steve Cooper's side in the first game thanks to a late goal from Tomas Soucek.
But the most exciting clash of the day came at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea held Man City to a thrilling 4-4 draw.
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Erling Haaland opened the scoring from the penalty spot midway through the first half after being fouled by Marc Cucurella.
Thiago Silva then levelled the score before Raheem Sterling fired Chelsea ahead.
Manuel Akanji popped up with an equaliser just before the break and Haaland scored again just two minutes into the second half to give City the advantage.
Nicolas Jackson then scored to draw Maurico Pochettino's side level at 3-3, but Rodri restored City's advantage once more in the 86th minute.
Ex-Man City star Cole Palmer converted a last-gasp penalty in added time to clinch a point for the Blues in dramatic fashion.
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