Kyle Walker had viewers in hysterics as he removed an Amazon Prime TV camera from the Manchester City dugout against Leeds last night.
The camera, placed on the roof of the bench to offer an alternative angle of the action, appeared to be getting on the nerves of Walker who promptly removed it and placed it on the floor.
Amazon Prime commentator Peter Drury apologised to viewers, saying, "I'm afraid we've lost that angle now," before the broadcaster switched to the camera on the Leeds dugout to show fans at home what the angle looked like.
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An Amazon employee repositioned the camera at half time, but it took Walker little over a minute to spot it again and fans were treated to a hilarious close-up of the England star's face as he inspected the device.
With a big smile on his face, Walker then turned the lens slightly to give himself some extra privacy as he watched the second half. Later, he pretended to pour his drink into the lens of the camera, with viewers hailing his antics "unbelievable scenes".
"Most interesting part of this game so far is Kyle Walker breaking a camera," one fan tweeted.
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"Unbelievable scenes at Elland Road," wrote another, while a third commented: "Nah Kyle Walker breaking that camera killed me."
Another joked: "Kyle Walker vs. the Camera. Looking like every lovable grandparent trying to work FaceTime."
Walker spent the entire match watching on from the bench as City ran out 3-1 winners at Elland Road.
Rodri gave the visitors the lead right on half time before an Erling Haaland double put the game to bed in the second period. Pascal Struijk pulled one back for Leeds late on, but it was little more than a consolation.
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