This is the moment that former Aberdeen and Dundee United star Mark Reynolds made a blunder on Sky Sports this morning. 

The Cove Rangers defender appeared on the channel to discuss some of the Premiership action from the weekend.

Broadcasting from outfit of Pittodrie, the 35-year-old provided his thoughts on some of the big refereeing decisions from the six top flight games.

He was asked for his opinion on Willie Collum's call to show a yellow card to Ryan Jack on Saturday for his poor tackle on St Johnstone's Adam Montgomery.

After a lengthy VAR check, the Scotland midfielder was able to continue playing on a booking, however, many across the game felt that a red was appropriate in that instance.

That said, there weren't many calling for Callum Davidson's men to have been awarded a penalty for the high tackle, as the incident happened inside St Johnstone's own box. 

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Reynolds clearly had this mixed up when he gave his response live on Sky. 

He said: " "The biggest thing for me was the consistency.

"The two incidents happen very close together and you don't go view the monitor to get your opinion on it but the other is the complete opposite. It's just trying to find that level of consistency.

"When you look back at the back at the tackle from Ryan Jack, he's caught him in the box and all intents and purposes - it's a penalty."

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