ALAN SHEARER was left red faced after revealing his top ten pundits alongside Micah Richards.
Newcastle legend Shearer, 52, admitted he was "feeling guilty" when listening to Richards' list.
The pair appeared on the Match of the Day podcast, hosted by Gary Lineker, and were asked to name their top ten pundits, including themselves.
Former Manchester City man Richards, 34, kicked things off, putting Jimmy Hill tenth, himself ninth, Rio Ferdinand eighth, Alan Hansen seventh and Graeme Souness sixth.
Realising that he was high up on Richards' list, a stunned Shearer joked: "I'm feeling guilty now."
Lineker then asked Toon icon Shearer to give his own list, and he hilariously started by saying: "Micah, ten."
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Shearer putting Richards rock bottom of his list caused the trio to burst out laughing.
Lineker went one further and joked: "I wouldn't have put you ten. I would not have put you ten Micah.
"I wouldn't done that to you Micah… I wouldn't have had you in the list."
Shearer then put Manchester United icon Roy Keane ninth on his list.
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The pair were involved in an infamous bust up in 2001 during a game between Newcastle and United, prompting Richards to joke: "This is personal now."
Shearer then put Sky Sports pundits Jamie Carragher eighth on his list, leaving Richards in disbelief.
Richards accused Shearer of favouring his BBC colleagues, joking: "All the BBC are number one to five, aren't they? I know what you're doing here!"
Lineker hit back hilariously by saying to Richards: "No they're not, you're ten!"
In an effort to get his own back at Shearer, Richards relegated the BBC man to fifth on his list after originally having him in second.
Richards had Sky colleagues Carragher, Gary Neville and Keane as his top three pundits.
Meanwhile Shearer named Match of the Day pal Ian Wright as his No1, with Souness second and Neville third.
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