LIVERPOOL legend Jamie Carragher was left visibly stunned on live TV.
That’s after discovering who won Man of the Match after Man City’s 1-1 draw with Real Madrid.
The European heavyweights played out an epic in last night’s Champions League semi-final first leg tie.
Wonder strikes from Vinicius Jr and Kevin De Bruyne saw both sides share the spoils ahead of next week’s return leg at the Etihad.
But when it came to selecting a man of the match, there were two players on the minds of pundits at CBS Sports.
Carragher, Thierry Henry and Micah Richards agreed that Eduardo Camavinga had a great game for Real as a makeshift left-back.
But it was goalscorer and talismanic winger Vinicius Jr who really set the pitch alight.
However, the trio were left shocked by host Kate Abdo when she revealed the Brazilian had not won the award.
And Carragher looked visibly stunned when it was confirmed that De Bruyne had scooped the coveted individual trophy instead.
Carragher said: “Man of the match? Vinicius or Camavinga, it was a toss up.”
Henry added: “Same, Camavinga was… Look, Vinicius played in his position and we know what he can do, and he did it.
“But Camavinga never played left-back in his life, he’s doing it now for two months.
“He’s coming into midfield, one-two, defending, looks strong.
“But the big man will grab the headline and I think he played better so I will give it to Vinicius Jr. But Camavinga had an outstanding game.”
Abdo then interjected: “Well officially it was given to Kevin De Bruyne, just so you know.”
Carragher’s face dropped as Henry responded: “What? Well obviously this is why there is a difference between ex-players, and I don’t know who voted.
“It’s a different game, I love Kevin and amazing goal, but you’re telling me Vinicius did not win that? Come on.”
Fans were certainly inclined to agree, with one saying: “Absolutely mad, Vini had an insane game.
“And watching Camavinga play yesterday, wow. What a gem he is.”
Another added: “Camavinga was exceptional. Vini too. De Bruyne scored screamers before so what’s new with it?”