Midfielder Henderson selected a legendary Spurs player, and Alexander-Arnold went with a Kop hero.
ENGLAND’S stars were hoping their biscuits would rise to the occasion when Paul Hollywood judged them for a Great British Bake Off special.
But it looks as though a few ended up with soggy bottoms.
Some of England’s finest footballers have had a go at their own version of Bake OffCredit: Channel 4 / Lee Brown
Paul Hollywood, a Merseyside native, grew close to Liverpool sensation Trent Alexander Arnold.Regards: Getty
Trent Alexander-Arnold, 25, Kieran Trippier, 33, Declan Rice, 24, and Jordan Henderson, 33, had 35 minutes to create a gingerbread masterpiece inspired by their favorite football player.
While Rice, the midfielder, chose former captain John Terry, right back Trippier went with Wayne Rooney, the second-highest goal scorer for England.
Paul Gascoigne was selected by fellow midfielder Henderson, while Alexander-Arnold went with Steven Gerrard.
Born in Merseyside Paul,57, cracked jokes as he entered the Bake Off tent and issued the challenge, saying, “You should probably win if you play for Liverpool.”
“I wish you all the best of luck!”
Prior to this afternoon’s England vs. Malta match, a special edition of The Great Bake Off will premiere on Channel 4 Sport’s YouTube website at 5:30 p.m.
The one-off Bake Off special will air at 5.30pm on Channel 4’s Sport’s Youtube page ahead of this afternoon’s England v Malta game Credit: Channel 4 / Lee Brown
Jordan Henderson’s Bake of Paul Gascoigne Credit: Channel 4 / Lee BrownLegendary entertainer Paul Gascoigne made 57 England caps Credit: News Group Newspapers Ltd
Trent Alexander-Arnold’s Bake of Steven Gerrard Credit: Channel 4 / Lee BrownIconic Liverpool centre midfielder Steven Gerrard made 114 England appearances Credit: PA:Press Association
Kieran Trippier’s Bake of Wayne Rooney Credit: Channel 4 / Lee Brown1Wayne Rooney is England’s second top goal scorer with 119 caps Credit: PA:Press Association
Declan Rice’s Bake of John Terry Credit: Channel 4 / Lee BrownStalwart defender John Terry played 78 games for the Three Lions Credit: Reuters