CBS Sports host Kate Abdo awkwardly grins after Thierry Henry’s blunt put-down of Carragher’s Jude Bellingham theory

CBS Sports host Kate Abdo awkwardly grins after Thierry Henry’s blunt put-down of Carragher’s Jude Bellingham theory

KATE ABDO grinned as Thierry Henry bluntly shrugged off Jamie Carragher’s Jude Bellingham theory.

The popular CBS Sports team were back together for all of this week’s Champions League action.

Twitter @CBSSportsGolazoThierry Henry appeared on CBS Sports alongside Jamie Carragher[/caption]

Twitter @CBSSportsGolazoPopular host Kate Abdo was on presenting duty[/caption]

Real Madrid were in action in the early match against German side Union Berlin.

Bellingham, 20, came to the rescue once again for Carlo Ancelotti‘s side, netting in the 94th minute to grab a 1-0 win.

The CBS crew gushed over the England star’s latest incredible contribution.

And Carragher even talked up his chances of playing for Liverpool one day.

When Abdo suggested Bellingham would have looked good in red, Carra said: “He would’ve done but there’s still time.

“He’s not going to stay there (Real Madrid) his whole career is he?”

Asked by Abdo to elaborate, Carragher pressed on: “It’s probably hard to leave Madrid if I’m being totally honest.

“But at some stage you think if he’s the best player in England and one of England’s greatest ever players, which I think he will become, I think he’s going to sample the Premier League.


Jude Bellingham made it six goals in six games for Real MadridRex

“Because he’s been at Birmingham, he’s gone to Borussia Dortmund, he’s gone to Real Madrid – I’m sure at some stage you want to play in the Premier League…

“And where better than Liverpool? The six-times Champions League winners.”

Henry, 46, looked flabbergasted at the suggestion.

As Carragher beamed, Henry said: “He plays for a team that’s won 14.”

He then added, calmly: “He plays for a team that’s won 14, so that’s a tough one.”

Popular host Abdo grinned at Henry’s put-down of Carragher’s wishful thinking.

Bellingham’s goal last night made it six in six since making his £115million summer switch to Spain.

Asked about his start to life in Madrid after the match, the Brummy star said: “It’s even more special than I thought.

“I get goosebumps just talking about it now. I’m just so grateful to be at this club.

“I talk about the staff and the players but there is the fans as well who as you arrive to the stadium are there in their thousands just to get a glimpse of the bus and then they are there before the warm-up. 

“You don’t really understand how big this club is until you are here.”

GettyCBS Sports’ Champions League coverage has gained rave reviews in recent years[/caption]

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