Arsenal draw with Crystal Palace so boring that Jamie Redknapp starts rapping

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Arsenal's draw with Crystal Palace bored Jamie Redknapp enough for the Sky Sports pundit to start rapping live on TV.

The Gunners could not find a way past their Premier League opponents, playing out to a 0-0 draw at the Emirates Stadium.

While Mikel Arteta's side did record their first home clean sheet since July, it ends their impressive run of form as they remained in the bottom half of the table.

And Redknapp took the opportunity to sum up the game in a creative way on Sky Sports.

In the clip, the game is over in north London and the broadcaster are running a promo for Will Smith movie "Bad Boys for Life".

And the former Tottenham forward changes the lyrics of the film franchise's favourite song to assess the game.

He sings: "Bad game, bad game. What'cha gonna do? What'cha gonna do when it's not 3-2?"

All host Kelly Cates and co-pundit Alex Scott can do is cringe as the 47-year-old laughs, trying to get them involved.

"That's what the game's done to you," the former Arsenal women's player says to Reknapp as he waits for the advert break.

But Scott was not the only one cringing as viewers on Twitter were left baffled by the ex- Liverpool star's rapping.

"Not sure what was worse, Pepe’s cameo or Jamie Redknapp rapping to Bad Boys," one said.

Another commented: "Jamie Redknapp, what was that? Didn't think today could get any worse."

While a third suggested the pundit should be punished, with: "Redknapp should be chucked off of Sky Sports for that."

But others praised Redknapp for his creativity as a fourth said: "Jamie Redknapp singing bad boys was the most interesting thing about that game."

With a fifth simply saying: "Highlight of the game."

One Gunners star who was off-tune against Palace was Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who offered an explanation for his moody dressing-room attitude.

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