Viewers were left in stitches at what BT Sport presenter Jake Humphrey offered for Peter Crouch to do live on TV before kick off.
It happened on a cold Saturday night in Leicester after Brendan Rodgers’ side had just beaten Ralph Hasenhuttl’s Southampton by two goals to nil.
The Foxes made it four wins on the spin in all competitions as they continue to go from strength to strength.
James Maddison’s first-half strike ensures Leicester move up to second in the Premier League table with Harvey Barnes sealing the victory over the Saints with second goal in stoppage time at the King Power Stadium.
After the game, there was plenty of discussion on the game, then after recapping all the talking points, looking back at highlights and the interviews, commentator and broadcaster Geoff Peters then couldn’t help but record what he had just heard on his TV screen.
Presenter Jake Humphrey turned to Peter Crouch and asked: “Do you wanna just crack one out for those who er…”
“No I do not, thanks Jake” was the reply from the much loved former footballer Peter Crouch, with many suggesting on social media that it was one way to keep him warm at least.
— Peter Crouch (@petercrouch) January 16, 2021
As mentioned, viewers left in stitches at what Jake Humphrey offered Peter Crouch to do live on TV, here’s what they tweeted…
@mattsummers84: 😂😂 that is a fantastically quick ‘cum’ back Pete! Brilliant stuff, what a ledge
@Jaack: Bloody love you as a pundit Crouchy. Top class.
@ImCharlieHealy: Do you do it robot style?
@fergzlfc: Nar I’m good jake 😂😂😂
@tom_lindsay: What’s the context to this
@PleaseGetThis: Jake wanted to see Crouchie having a wank
@J0nIrwin_: He’s been taking the high performance podcast too literal there
@bjhpaddon: @paddon92 @MartinHilton85 absolutely marvellous.
@MattWoodend: Crouchy is a legend
@audereestfazza: BT AFTER DARK
@mrgeoffpeters: Maybe on #CrouchStationTV after the 10 minute freeview ends
@DW8004: I think that was a tall order from Jake
@UTVChris: Crack one out? Mr Humphrey…tut tut! No wonder Mr Crouch looked lost for words….as left field a comment as you’re likely to hear. Crack one out live on TV
@15_boyd: Want me to crack one out? Lift the mood abit
@DanSutcliffe84: Would’ve kept you warm at least
@michael_jenner: Cum back stronger !!!
One moment a lot of fans will remember happening live on BT Sport was when a Newcastle fan mocked Robbie Savage with a rude sign prior to their side’s Premier League clash against Tottenham in July 2020.
He was getting ready to co-commentate for the fixture, but one Magpies fan decided to show a sign which read ‘Savage is a wanker live on national TV.
It left the pundits in the studio commentating rather red-faced after spotting what the banner said on the screen behind them in the studio.
The person behind it was Jay Garland, who has received a message saying he was removed from the wall.
— Clem Fandango (@youngin_uk) July 15, 2020
— jay garland (@jaygarland1) July 15, 2020
There was also another hilariously awkward moment made on our TV screens in January 2021, this time it was Jamie Redknapp.
The bizarre moment saw him randomly burst into song, summing up Arsenal’s goalless draw against Crystal Palace.
Kelly Cates was presenting for this Premier League clash live from the Emirates Stadium alongside former footballer Redknapp and ex-Arsenal Women’s star Alex Scott.
Presenters for the televised matches often give a nod to what other programmes are being shown say on Sky Atlantic for example.
Kelly Cates revealed that Bad Boys was available to watch on Sky Cinema, and of course it was a lightbulb moment for Redknapp who thought he was being funny in signing the song.
Redknapp could be heard saying along to the theme tune: “Bad game, bad game, what you gonna do? What you gonna do when it’s not 3-2?”
His singing provided mainly silence, however there were some awkward laughter from those sitting next to him, to which it left Redknapp confused.
Hoping to get more of a response from his silliness, Redknapp added: “Come on Kelly, that was meant to be your line,” to which Alex Scott said: “That’s what that game has done to you.”
Cates then replied: “I’m going to get him a little cup of tea and a sit-down for the next break”.
“Bad game, bad game, what you gonna do? What you gonna do when it’s not 3-2?” 😎
Jamie Redknapp had a Bad Boys inspired song to sum up Arsenal’s 0-0 draw with Crystal Palace 😆 pic.twitter.com/dPM7Gf6ein
— Soccer AM (@SoccerAM) January 14, 2021