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MARK LABBETT has responded to viewers on Twitter who were left "upset" by his performance on The Chase spin-off show Beat The Chasers last night, amid his stern words to colleague Shaun Wallace.

PUBLISHED: 13:13, Mon, Jan 4, 2021 | UPDATED: 13:13, Mon, Jan 4, 2021

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Beat the Chasers: Mark slams Shaun for wasting time

Mark Labbett, 54, has defended his actions on Beat The Chasers, saying it is his job is “to win by any legal means” even if that does make him a “third-class human”. The Beast star sparked debate amongst viewers of The Chase spin-off, after he was left seething over his fellow Chaser Shaun Wallace’s mistake and issuing a cutting remark to justify his anger.

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My job is to win

Mark Labbett

Mark typed: “For those upset about #BeatTheChasers my job is to win by any legal means. 

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“If that makes me a third-class human being but a first-class quizzer then that suits me fine,” he added.

Underneath fans shared their opinion on the debate, as some said there was “nothing wrong” with his actions.

One wrote: “Nothing wrong with a stern word to one of your teammates if they were not doing the right thing, and he wasn’t. Wasted loads of time.”

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Mark Labbett sparked debate amongst viewers of The Chase spin-off, after he was left seething over his fellow Chaser Shaun Wallace’s mistake and issuing a cutting remark to justify his anger (Image: ITV)

mark labbett shaun wallace beat the chasers twitter the chase itv news latest updateMark Labbett typed: “For those upset about #BeatTheChasers my job is to win by any legal means" (Image: TWITTER)

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Another replied: “In a team, any single person perceived to be detrimentally affecting the performance of the team with sloppiness should expect to be called out.”

A third commented: “Is this about the rant at Shaun? If so, I feel it was perfectly justified in

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