Watch moment Schmeichel accidentally photobombs Richards’ ‘touchline masterclass’ leaving CBS Sports crew in stitches
PETER SCHMEICHEL hilariously photobombed Micah Richards’ tactical breakdown during CBS Sports’ Champions League coverage.
Richards, 34, walked viewers through how he would go about marking Vinicius Junior if he was Kyle Walker – shortly before the semi-final second leg between Manchester City and Real Madrid got underway.
Twitter / @CBSSportsGolazoMicah Richards was performing a tactical segment with Thierry Henry[/caption]
Twitter / @CBSSportsGolazoPeter Schmeichel suddenly walked into shot behind them[/caption]
Twitter / @CBSSportsGolazoHe quickly realised he was on camera and stepped back out[/caption]
Twitter / @CBSSportsGolazoThe moment left Kate Abdo and Jamie Carragher in stitches[/caption]
He did so by attempting to show the body position he would take – with Henry playing the part of Vinicius.
But midway through Richards’ detailed analysis, which CBS described as a “touchline masterclass”, an unaware Schmeichel wandered into shot.
The legendary Manchester United keeper, 59, quickly realised he had come into shot and stepped out again.
But the moment left presenter Kate Abdo and pundit Jamie Carragher in stitches.
The pair cracked up as Richards and Henry continued their demonstration in yet another brilliantly entertaining CBS segment.
And one fan on social media reacted: “Schmeichel was ready to get in there .”
Man City put on a devastating display at the Etihad on Wednesday evening as they thrashed Real Madrid in astonishing fashion.
Pep Guardiola‘s men tore the defending European champions apart on their way to a 4-0 victory on the night – 5-1 on aggregate.
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It moves Man City a step closer to a Premier League-FA Cup-Champions League treble.
They can clinch the Premier League title with a win over Chelsea on Sunday.
They then face Man Utd in the FA Cup final on June 3, before the Champions League final against Inter Milan on June 10.