It is so strange.
Kelly Cates had just asked a question to his two experts, and former professional footballers, Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville, and so they turned ostentatiously away and went their way - out of the stadium.
that incident took place before the match on Friday evening between Southampton and Liverpool in the Premier League.
the Camera followed the two legends, who spoke on, as if nothing had happened, while Cates could be glimpsed in the background, while she searched for them.
According to the English media, there were tremendously many viewers who wondered at the situation, however, was carefully planned.
It tells Kelly Cates now.
For she has been deluged with questions and comments on the social media. There was talk about lack of respect for the female host, or was there some wrong in the communication.
they were on The way to interview Hasenhüttl in the tunnel, she writes on Twitter.
- Would have looked strange if they had not had anything to say on the way down, she writes.
They were going to interview Hasenhuttl in the tunnel! Would have looked weird if they didn't have anything to say In the way there https://t.co/9O36FoBEoa— Kelly Cates (@KellyCates) April 6, 2019
Many laughed at it as Cates itself, while others found it more weird.
They said not goodbye to you @Kelly Cates, reads a response on Twitter.
- It is strange, for @Kelly Cates asked a question, then turned to the guys back and answered it and began to discuss it. A bit clumsy set up, writes Paul Wallace.
A third wrote simply: 'It is the strangest I've ever seen'.
no matter how planned it was, so it still strange, that the duo just turned it on and went.
then followed the fight at St. Mary's, as guests won 3-1. Among other things, on Mohamed Salahs scoring, which was his 50. in the Premier League.
Examples of racism in european top football
1 the Rose so red in Serbia
After slutfløjt in a U21 qualifier from 2012 against Serbia was Danny Rose sent off. He got enough of the racist overtures and kicked the ball after the crowd. He would not have done, said the judge.
2 Harassment in northern Italy
Naples crankshaft Kadidou Koulibaly may find themselves in a bit of each, since it was Inter at the end of 2018. The senegalese forsvarsspiler was the subject of racist chants from a group of Inter fans, until it boiled over ten minutes before the time. Red card for Koulibaly.
3 - Your f*cking muslim
A West ham fan could not hold back, as Liverpool star Mohamed Salah took advantage of a corner kick in a Premier League match from February of this year.
4 - It is also your fault
Leonardo Bonucci placed partially to blame with his young teammate Moise Kean, when he at the weekend were subjected to racism in the away game against Cagliari. Kean celebrated his scoring by standing in front of the hjemmeholdets fans.
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