JAMIE REDKNAPP was left singing the tune of Bad Boys to cap off his analysis of Arsenal’s bore draw with Crystal Palace.
Thursday night’s mid-table stalemate saw neither side able to snatch a winner at a freezing Emirates Stadium.
And, as Sky Sports’ coverage signed off, former midfielder Redknapp produced a hilarious summary.
Host Kelly Cates reminded viewers that the film Bad Boys For Life was available, prompting her colleague to make up his own spin on the iconic theme song.
He sang out: “Bad game, bad game. Whatcha gonna do when it’s not 3-2!?”
Redknapp and Cates, along with fellow pundit Alex Scott, burst into laughter in the studio.
Cates jokingly told the ex-Tottenham man to ‘just stop’ before promising him ‘a cup of tea and a sit down’.
Scott remarked that Redknapp had been reduced to the tune by the drab draw, telling him: “That’s what that game has done to you.”
But Redknapp doubled down, telling Cates: “C’mon Kel that was meant to be your line.
“That was a poor game, I’m sorry.”
Jamie Redknapp produced a hilarious ditty to round off Sky’s show[/caption]
Arsenal and Crystal Palace failed to set pulses racing on Thursday night[/caption]
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