Fans love Richards and Carragher's reaction to Leao as they joke 'they're forgetting they too are famous footballers' | The Sun

FOOTBALL fans can't get enough of Micah Richards and Jamie Carragher's reaction to greeting AC Milan ace Rafael Leao.

The pair, alongside Thierry Henry and Kate Abdo, make up CBS' team for Champions League coverage.

They were pitch side at San Siro for last night's Champions League semi-final second leg between Inter Milan and AC Milan.

And during the warm up, Leao took the time to quickly come over and say hello.

The 23-year-old winger, who has been linked with a move to Chelsea, initially gave the ice cool Henry a high five.

He then moved on to the more excited Carragher and Richards, slapping hands with the pair as he ran past.

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As Leao high-fived each of the trio, Richards excitedly exclaimed: "Leao, one… two… three!"

Richards and Carragher then laughed with each other as Leao ran off.

After watching the moment back, Richards joked: "We're doing good baby! CBS all the way!"

CBS posted footage of the wholesome moment to TikTok, and fans couldn't get enough of Richards and Carragher's giddy reaction to seeing Leao.

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One joked: "Micah and Jamie are forgetting that they too are famous footballers."

Another quipped: "Their laugh when Leao gave them all high fives is taking me out."

A third wrote: "Micah is too hyped."

And part of another comment said: "Looks like they are at the playground!! Having a great time!!!"

Star man Leao returned to the AC Milan side after missing the first leg, but was unable to inspire his side to victory.

A single Lautaro Martinez strike saw Inter win 1-0 on the night and progress to the Champions League final 3-0 on aggregate.

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