Daniel Sturridge leaves Sky Sports studio in stitches after joking about strange blazer choice

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Daniel Sturridge had the Sky Sports studio in stitches after joking about a strange piece of attire he wore on Sunday.

Sturridge was appearing as a pundit for Sky Sports’ coverage of the pulsating draw between Liverpool and Manchester City having played for both clubs during his career.

Sturridge was a special guest in the Sky Sports studio on Sunday

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Sturridge was a special guest in the Sky Sports studio on SundayCredit: SKY SPORTS

He appeared alongside usual pundits Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher, Micah Richards and Roy Keane – and the 34-year-old did not disappoint.

After the enthralling 1-1 draw at Anfield full of twists and turns, Sturridge delivered his analysis.

And in doing so, he ribbed himself after joking about his strange outfit choice including what looked like a seatbelt on his blazer.

He said in the studio: “Exhilarating. It was like back and forth, back and forth, chances, challenges, a lot of drama, penalties.

“It was just a brilliant game for all to see, it is going to be a rollercoaster ride.

“Buckle up, like my blazer! Buckle up, baby! Buckle up!”

It left the studio in stitches with even Keane cracking a smile.

Both City and Liverpool are chasing the Premier League title this season but they are now behind Arsenal, who are top after beating Brentford on Saturday.

Sturridge's joke left the Sky Sports studio in stitches

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Sturridge’s joke left the Sky Sports studio in stitchesCredit: Sky Sports
Sturridge's strange choice of attire caused quite the stir

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Sturridge’s strange choice of attire caused quite the stirCredit: SKY SPORTS

John Stones had opened the scoring for the away side at Anfield through a clever corner routine from Kevin De Bruyne.

The Belgian took a corner quicker than everyone realised with Stones the only one to react, nudging the ball past Caoimhin Kelleher to give City the lead.

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But just moments after the break, Liverpool had their equaliser when Nathan Ake sold Ederson short with a backpass.

As Darwin Nunez latched on to the loose ball, Ederson rushed out and took the Uruguayan out, injuring himself in the process.

Alexis Mac Allister converted from the penalty spot but the Reds might feel aggrieved not to be given another spot-kick.

In the last moments of the game, Jeremy Doku planted a high boot on Mac Allister, who went down in the box.

VAR took another look but decided against overturning Michael Oliver’s on-field decision not to award a penalty.

It meant that the spoils were shared at Anfield in what could be Jurgen Klopp’s final showdown with Pep Guardiola.

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