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Watch:Tim Sherwood Produces Shocking Blunder On Soccer Saturday

Watch:Tim Sherwood Produces Shocking Blunder On Soccer Saturday
By Michael Bolton Updated
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Tim Sherwood has possibly produced one of the most shocking moments possible on Soccer Saturday.

A show that has had its funny moments in the past, such as Chris Kamara classic moment in 2008 when he didn't know if someone was sent off will never be forgotten.

With the World Cup coming to an end, the Championship is in it's second full weekend since resuming, with Tim Sherwood covering Preston and QPR.

In a game between two sides with play-off ambitions, it was Ireland defender Jimmy Dunne who was the match winner with a goal in the 58th minute, giving QPR a vital win.

Sherwood Makes Hilarious Blunder

This game will always be remembered however for the actions of Tim Sherwood, who seemed to completely forget what was going on.

In the first half, the former Spurs and Aston Villa manager had the Sky Sports studio alerted when he thought Preston had a penalty.

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Sherwood was confused as to why it wasn't a clear cut penalty for Preston, as one of their players were clearly taken out. This led him to believe he would be booked for diving.

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However, Tim Sherwood had got this situation so wrong, that he forgot which way Preston were scoring, as it was a free out. Thankfully for him, Clinton Morrison came to the rescue to point it out.

While it can be forgiven to forget a player's name or not spot an incident in a game, this is quite possibly one of the worst mistakes by an analyst you will ever see.

For someone known for their no-nonsense approach to the game, this isn't the first time it's happened to Tim Sherwood.

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During Liverpool's clash against Spurs two years ago, he spoke on how strong Spurs were in the air when it came to defending set-pieces, before Roberto Firmino put Liverpool in front with a header from a corner.

Hopefully he continues to give us moments of laughter in the future.

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