JAMIE CARRAGHER sent social media into meltdown after he gave football fans a remarkably tough quiz question following a star-studded kick-around.
The Liverpool legend, 45, shared a picture posing alongside 19 other men after they had enjoyed a runaround on an AstroTurf pitch.
And he added the rather cryptic caption: "Two current professionals, one of them you will all get, the other I’m not so sure!"
This led to hundreds of responses from dumbfounded social media users.
Little did they know the quiz question had been made even tougher but the addition of a red herring.
Legendary striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic was third from the right in the group shot.
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However, he was NOT one of the players Carragher was referring to as he retired from football last month at the age of 41.
And a host of wrong answers were also shared by football fans racking their brains for the correct two stars.
One said: "John Stones second left. [Karim] Benzema second from top left."
While another replied: "Is that Lavezzi bottom left?"
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Many did manage to get one of the correct answers in Atletico Madrid man and ex-Chelsea loanee Joao Felix.
He was spotted fourth from the left in the middle row alongside Carragher.
But everyone seemed stumped as to who the other active footballer was in the snap.
But it turned out to be Bologna centre-back Kevin Bonifazi – stood sixth in from the right.
And one eagle-eyed fan did nail the answer, replying: "Kevin Bonifazi – Bologna CB."
Bologna then tweeted an eyes emoji, signifying it was right.
That led to people hailing the successful person, with one saying: "Omg fair play."
Another added: "That is impressive knowledge."
And a third hilariously replied: "Bet you’re unreal at Football Manager on the laptop."
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