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Liam Gallagher and Jamie Carragher have been embroiled in a fiery Twitter spat after Manchester City clinched the Premier League title on the final day of the season.
Despite trailing 2-0 against Steven Gerrard's Aston Villa, City scored three late goals within the space of six minutes to secure an emphatic comeback victory.
The 3-2 win meant City collected their fourth Premier League title in five years, while Liverpool's quadruple hopes went up on smoke.
10 years on from Sergio Aguero's historic title-winning goal, City had completely another remarkable last-gasp smash-and-grab.
Emotions were clearly running high as fans flocked to both the Etihad Stadium pitch and social media pitch to celebrate – legendary music artist Liam Gallagher being one of them.
The former Oasis front man is a die-hard City fan and immediately went on a Twitter rampage.
One tweet read: "Gerrard can kiss my arse as well the bumbaclart his old clubs fans smash our bus up MCFC CHAMPIONS."
While another said: "F**k off slippy Gerrard."
But it wasn't long before he turned his attention to another Merseyside great.
"What you saying Carra [Jamie Carragher] you [bell] end," Gallagher tweeted.
But Sky Sports pundit Carragher, clearly not in the mood after seeing his side miss out on the title, hit right back.
Carra replied: "I’m saying you’ll never win the Champions league and Oasis are s***e compared to the Beatles. That work?"
I’m saying you’ll never win the Champions league & Oasis are shite compared to the Beatles. That work??— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) May 22, 2022
Gallagher's initial tweet racked up a fair few likes, but Carra's rapid response seemed to give everyone a tickle.
City super-fan Gallagher, probably celebrating long into the night, did return serve later on.
"Eh Carra you got s**t banter for a scouser f**king hell la you been hanging out with [Gary] Neville too long," he tweeted.
"Oasis p**s all over the Beatles how many times did they do Knebworth."
Overall, the little heated back-and-forth between two legends of their own cities seemed to get people talking.
For Red fans, anyway, seeing Carra come out swinging appeared to somewhat lighten the mood.
Featured Image Credit: Twitter/liamgallagher/Alamy
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