KRIS BOYD was mocked for his fashion sense by Lee Hendrie during a recent appearance on Sky Sports.
The duo were both appearing to round up Thursday's matches.
Boyd, 40, was watching beloved former side Rangers in Europa League action against Real Betis.
With the Scot – dressed in a turtle-neck and blazer jacket – watching intently, Hendrie interrupted by accusing him of copying his fashion sense.
The former Aston Villa and England star cheekily jibed: "See how Boydy's getting on.
"I've got to say, he has modelled himself on my fashion.
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"So can we throw to the best dressed man in Scotland? Look at him, honestly he's just messaged me asking what shoes I've got on.
"Get your own dress sense mate!"
As their fellow panelists laughed, Boyd chimed in: "I'm going to the hairdressers after this to get some highlights as well mate."
The former Scotland striker then burst out laughing.
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Boyd then continued the banter, firing back at Hendrie's bleached blond hair: "Let it go mate. You get to an age where you just need to quit."
If Boyd was pleased with his comeback, he was even more thrilled with Rangers' result.
Michael Beale's side went on to grab an impressive 1-0 win courtesy of Abdallah Sima's 67th minute goal.
Boyd enjoyed incredible success north of the border with Rangers and Kilmarnock during his playing days.
He had a less happy time of it down south, however, struggling to replicate his form for Middlesbrough.
Hendrie, meanwhile, starred for Villa for 13 years between 1994 and 2007, before moving to Sheffield United.
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