Noel Gallagher ruins Jamie Carragher for ‘murdering’ Oasis hit in brutal verdict

Oasis icon Noel Gallagher slammed Jamie Carragher for "murdering" their track Don't Look Back in Anger as he tried his hand at karaoke.

Gallagher joined Carragher and the rest of the CBS panel after Manchester City's 7-0 win against RB Leipzig, having been in the Eithad stands to watch his beloved side progress to the Champions League quarter-finals on Tuesday (March 14) night.

As he was giving punditry a go, Micah Richards felt it was only right his colleague showed off his version of the iconic Oasis hit. Liverpool legend Carragher duly broke into song – with Gallagher quickly regretting his decison.

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He joked: "Thanks for joining us, we have to go now. It's been great. I'm sorry about that. That noise you will have heard was a cat being strangled."

While Thierry Henry looked on in stunned silence, Gallagher added: "I have to say, that song is virtually un-murderable… until today."

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Jules Breach, who was standing in for regular host Kate Abdo, then asked: "Micah, who's better at their other job?"

"I've got to give it to Noel," replied Richards, before Gallagher said: "I've got to say, the pair of them are nicking a living."

"And that's as players," quipped Carragher, prompting them to all burst into laughter. As Gallagher turned his intention to Henry, the Arsenal hero argued: "I stay in my lane. I can't show people my weaknesses. I can't sing, stay in my lane."

City, meanwhile, will learn who they'll face in the last eight of the Champions League when the draw is held later this week on Friday (March 17).


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