Frank Lampard's face drops when he is described as a 'Man City legend'
Published 27/04/2015 | 17:29
Frank Lampard has endured a tough season.
After being Chelsea's star man for more than a decade, the club opted not to extend the 36-year-old's contract and he moved to New York City (or so we thought) before being unveiled as a Manchester City player.
In his 13 years at Stamford Bridge, Lampard won three Premier League titles, the FA Cup four times, two League Cups, the Europa League and the Champions League, captaining the side in Munich.
He played 648 matches for the Blues and is their all-time top scorer with 211 goals. A club legend, in short. In contrast he has scored seven goals in 33 matches for Manchester City this season.
Somebody forgot to tell all this to TV presenter Holly Willoughby.
Lampard appeared on ITV quiz show Play to the Whistle as a team captain on Saturday night but Willoughby got in a bit of a mix up - introducing Lampard as a "Man City and England legend".
His reaction is priceless.
Independent News Service