Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville left fans feeling rather baffled at the start of the month after Liverpool's 3-1 win away at Southampton on the Friday Night Football.
Presenter Kelly Cates asked the pair on the pitch towards the end of the show: "How significant was that last win [for Liverpool]?"
Neville then responded by saying: "It was a huge win." However, the former Manchester United man was actually walking away when answering the question.
He then turned to Carragher and said: "Do you think they're now safe? Five points clear of relegation with a game in hand. They're obviously in good form as well."
The whole time, Cates could be seen standing in the background and it was quite a bizarre incident.
Was it intentional rudeness from the pair? Well, perhaps not, because a rather light-hearted response from Cates has done the rounds on social media this morning.
The Sky Sports presenter uploaded a short video of her 'revenge' on her official Twitter account, with Neville and Carragher then both responding.
CARRAGHER & NEVILLE RESPOND
Neville asks Cates: "When is the [Manchester] derby?"
The presenter then turns around with a huge smile on her face, walks away from the pair and reminds viewers that the big game is Wednesday evening.
Well played, Kelly.
It's nice to see that the trio have dealt with it in such a light-hearted manner.
After the initial incident, Cates did take to Twitter to try and explain what had happened live on air.
She wrote: "They were going to interview Hasenhuttl in the tunnel! Would have looked weird if they didn’t have anything to say I the way there 😁."News Now - Sport News