Kate Abdo is in hysterics and says ‘what does that mean?’ after Carragher asked Haaland a question that left the striker ‘awkward’.

MANCHESTER CITY superstar Erling Haaland was left shaken by Jamie Carragher’s ‘awkward’ question after the Champions League final.

City secured the treble after winning their first-ever Champions League title at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium, where they defeated Inter Milan 1-0 through Rodri’s winner.

Manchester City star Erling Haaland was stunned by Jamie Carragher's statement "unpleasant" Ask


Manchester City star Erling Haaland stunned by Jamie Carragher’s ‘awkward’ questionPhoto credit: Twitter @CBSSportsGolazo
Kate Abdo and the rest of the CBS panel erupted in hysteria


Kate Abdo and the rest of the CBS panel erupted in hysteriaPhoto credit: Twitter @CBSSportsGolazo

Haaland failed to replicate the impressive form he had displayed all season as the Premier League’s top scorer was neutralized by Inter’s back three.

However, there is probably a very good reason for his poor performance as the star forward spoke to CBS following the post-game celebrations.

The Norway international joined a panel of judges composed of Kate Abdo, Carragher, Thierry Henry and Micah Richards and revealed he was feeling nervous from all the stress ahead of the grand final.

Haaland said: “I was really nervous [I] I felt it in my stomach today.

To this statement, Carragher encountered a rather enigmatic answer.

The Liverpool legend replied: “Where else?”

The rest of the panel erupted in hysteria when Abdo pointed out the absurdity of Carragher’s question.

Abdo asked, “What does that mean?”


Haaland was stunned while the rest of the jury laughed out loud.

The 22-year-old then asked, “Why do you keep asking these awkward questions?”

But Haaland didn’t seem too bothered by that awkward moment as he and his City team-mates were overjoyed after a stunning season in which they’d won the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League.


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