The former defender did his best to take part in the viral dance craze

Jamie Carragher gave his best effort to do the Griddy as former England defender Alex Scott attempted to show the ex-Liverpool defender how to do the viral dance move.

Carragher and Scott were working as part of CBS Sports Champions League coverage when RB Salzburgs Chukwubuike Adamu celebrated with the Griddy after scoring against Bayern Munich.

Perplexed by the craze, Carragher asked to be taught how to do the dance by Scott, who did her best to show her fellow pundit the right way to do it.

The griddys gone global. [email protected] trying to hit the griddy with @AlexScott is EVERYTHING. ???? pic.twitter.com/DCIlTGmq70

The Griddy dance was originally invented by Louisianas Allen Griddy Davis, with the move soon going viral due to its use by several NFL players.

Davis friend JaMarr Chase, wide receiver for the Cincinnati Bengals, helped popularize the move, but the Griddys most famous supporter is Minnesota Vikings star Justin Jefferson, who routinely does the dance after touchdowns.

The dance consists of tapping your heels while throwing up your “Bs” to resemble glasses, all while swinging your arms back and forth and side to side in rhythm.

The Griddy has, predictably, spread to football with Moise Kean and Anthony Elanga among the players to have used it as part of goal celebrations.

Moise Kean scores his first #UCL goal of the season and hit the Griddy ???? pic.twitter.com/iQ92WM7ut4

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