BBC Breakfast's Sally Nugent left her co-star speechless after she swiped that he was 'very harsh' in the middle of a report.
Sally, 51, was back on the BBC Breakfast sofa on Wednesday after being absent from Tuesdays show and replaced by Nina Warhurst.
However, her co-host Jon Kay was nowhere to be seen, and so Sally presented the show alongside her colleague Ben Thompson.
During the programme, they were joined by sports correspondent John Watson who discussed the upcoming World Cup in Qatar as well as Great Britain's performance in The Billy Jean King Cup.
The tennis tournament is taking place in Glasgow and John explained to viewers that the GB team were not off to the best start, and after a 2-1 defeat to Kazakhstan, they faced being eliminated already.
He continued: "Britain did win their doubles but if Kazakhstan beat Spain today, Britain will be eliminated before they even play Spain on Thursday."
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Ben said: "It's not the best start" and John replied: "No it's not is it! It's not."
John continued: "And it's so frustrating that you could potentially already be out before you even play your second match to right the frustrations of what went wrong before."
"But you know, that's the draw, that's the way the cookie crumbles as they say."
Sally replied: "That's very harsh for a Wednesday morning I think John!"
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John paused and then replied as Sally giggled: "Well that's sport right?"
Sally responded with a laugh: "Brutal reality!"
BBC Breakfast airs daily from 6am on BBC One.
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