FORMER England, Tottenham and Liverpool ace Peter Crouch apologised for his shocking touch on BT Sport ahead of Manchester United's visit to Southampton.
The 108 Premier League goal ex-striker, 41, has moved into punditry since his 2019 retirement.
But it appears he hasn't been practicing much with a football.
Ahead of kick-off at St Mary's, United legends Rio Ferdinand and Paul Scholes decided to have a kick about.
Scholes lifted the ball towards Crouch, but the 6ft7 former England international proved rusty as he lost control of the ball after it hit his shin.
Ferdinand couldn't help but turn away from Crouch as he laughed.
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Crouch said his poor showing let his friends and family down, as well as himself.
He tweeted: "I’ve let my friends, family and more importantly I’ve let myself down. #backstonger next week."
On the poor touch, one fan said on Twitter: "Not in front of Scholes mate."
Another replied: "Head up Crouchie, wind caught that one."
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United's Bruno Fernandes later put Crouch to shame, scoring the winner with a first-time volley.
The Portugal star was picked out by right-back Diogo Dalot, before firing low, hard and controlled effort into the bottom left corner.
Fernandes then went and celebrated with Cristiano Ronaldo and his team-mates.
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