Mark Wahlberg takes his kid's soccer games very seriously.
The 44-year-old Oscar nominee and Daddy's Home co-star Will Ferrell talked about their behavior at their children's matches on The Graham Norton Show on Thursday.
Wahlberg, a father of four, was in November photographed looking super intense, almost aggressive, while standing on the sidelines at one of his and wife Rhea Durham's 9-year-old son Michael's championship games.
"I love my voice for about a week, screaming, yelling," the actor told Graham Norton.
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The boy's team lost.
"So I had to beat him," he joked. "I had money on that f--king game."
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Then he offered his opinion of Ferrell, a 48-year-old father of three sons who also serves as a coach.
"He'd be the worst coach," Wahlberg said about the actor.
"Why?" his co-star asked.
"Because they could be down 20 [and you'd say], 'Don't worry guys, you're doing really good. You know what? There are a lot of positive things happening...why are you crying?' It's OK!"
Watch the interview below.
Daddy's Home, the actors' second collaboration since the 2010 film The Other Guys, is now in theaters.