DANIEL STURRIDGE has left football fans shocked after his odd interview with Sky Sports.
The former Liverpool and Chelsea striker has backed France star Kylian Mbappe to win the Golden Boot at the World Cup in Qatar.
He told Sky Sports: "For me, he [Kylian Mbappe] will win the Golden Boot, he is a special player.
"Just his abilities, the runs he makes. He is always shooting which is always important.
"People don't really look at that stat as much, but the more you shoot the more goals you score.
"I think he gets himself into positions to score goals and he creates his own goals to score.
"And that is why I probably say Kyli Kyli Mbappe Mbappe Mbappe ohhhh.
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"That is what we say. I think he is a special player."
However, in doing so Sturridge left fans shocked and cringing as he started singing Mbappe's name 28 seconds into his answer.
Fans flocked to social media to react to the clip, one said: "lmaoo, talk about literally singing his praises."
Another tweeted: "Bro I anticipated almost everything.
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"From his kids and pets popping out from somewhere to his wife walking in a bikini but never ever thought this would be the outcome."
A third commented: "Did he break into a Disney style song halfway through this?"
A fourth added: "At exactly 0:28 Daniel Sturridge reveals to us his next career path."
Even Specsavers took a jab at the former England striker's singing voice.
Their official Twitter account said: "Turning our hearing aids off did."
Mbappe is the favorite to win the coveted award during the tournament.
He is currently the joint-highest scorer alongside Ecuador striker Enner Valencia with three goals.
Although the French are expected to make it deeper into the competition than the South Americans.
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