JACK WHITEHALL was left feeling uncomfortable live on TV during an interaction with Arsene Wenger.
The comedian hosted coverage of the Game4Ukraine on Saturday and was joined in the studio by the legendary former Arsenal boss.
Wenger took charge of Team Zinchenko for the charity match at Stamford Bridge.
Celebrities and players past and present were in action to raise money, with the sides captained by Andriy Shevchenko and Oleksandr Zinchenko.
Before the match, Whitehall was joined in the studio by Wenger, who left the Arsenal fan starstruck with his presence.
The comedian smiled and squirmed as he introduced the Frenchman, who could be seen smiling during the awkward moment.
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Introducing Wenger, Whitehall said: "Managing Team Zinchenko is someone who is responsible for giving me some of the best moments of my life, Mr Arsene Wenger.
"Welcome to the studio. Hi Arsene. So Arsene… ah you’re looking at me.
"This is an amazing day and there are some of the old gang back together, you’re managing a few of your Arsenal boys."
Wenger's team included a host of former Gunners, including Jens Lehmann, Gilberto Silva and Robert Pires.