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Jamie Carragher and Jamie Redknapp recreate that Brendan Rodgers moment

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Brendan Rodgers' sacking by Liverpool in October produced a moment of comedy gold on Sky Sports as the now infamous Jamie Carragher and Thierry Henry moment was born.

Following the Reds' 1-1 draw with Everton, the Northern Irishman was given his marching orders. When the news broke, Henry's touch of Carragher's thigh, coupled with his well-timed stare into the camera caused a huge reaction on social media.

And, before the final Premier League game of 2015, the former Liverpool duo took it upon themselves to re-create the funny moment. Although, Carragher's stare into the camera seems a lot more 'intense'.


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It was certainly one of Sky Sports' funnier moments of the year and is not likely to be forgotten by football fans anytime soon.

Carragher was up to his usual tricks on Wednesday evening. As the best stats throughout the year were being assessed, the Liverpool legend could not resist another dig at Manchester United. 

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Skip to 10:00 to see him troll the Red Devils

Redknapp and Carragher's friendly jibe towards Henry came prior to Liverpool's 1-0 win over Sunderland at the Stadium of Light. 

Christian Benteke's goal gave Jurgen Klopp's men all three points and ensured they finished the year in seventh position, level on points with Manchester United and five off a Champions League spot.

Despite the Belgian being the match-winner for the second consecutive game, his influence as a whole is still a major frustration for supporters.

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