Gary Neville Hilariously Trolls Jamie Carragher For Not Winning Premier League
Gary Neville has hilariously trolled fellow Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher for his lack of Premier League titles.
Neville was speaking ahead of today's Premier League game between West Ham United and Manchester United.
Sky presenter Laura Woods made a comment of the studio guests for Sky Sports today, which includes Roy Keane. Jose Mourinho, Graeme Souness and Jamie Carragher.
The former Manchester United captain then quipped back,
"Well I'm here (London Stadium) think I've been dropped."
"There's some Premier League titles in that studio.... and Jamie Carragher!"
Check out the video below.
"There are some Premier League titles in that studio...and Jamie Carragher!"- Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) September 22, 2019
Roy Keane and Jose Mourinho join Graeme Souness and @Carra23 for a Super Sunday double-header at Stamford Bridge today, with @GNev2 joining @laura_woodsy at the London Stadium!
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Carragher himself even retweeted the clip so he's taken it in good faith.
Sky's star-studded panel for today's games have a combined total of 15 titles as players and managers respectively.
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Keane boasts seven with Manchester United, Souness five with Liverpool and Mourinho three managing Chelsea respectively.
Neville himself won eight Premier League titles which he surely rubs in to 'Carra' whenever he can.
Carragher likely looks to his Champions League medal for solace.
The duo have become two of the best football pundits of the modern era and their back and forth camaraderie makes for great viewing.
They even managed to make analysis of their performance in Vincent Kompany's testimonial essential viewing.
Manchester City Legends took on the Premier League All-Star XI and the match ended in a 2-2 draw, with Kompany missing out due to a hamstring injury.
But the two Sky Sports pundits broke down their performances on Monday Night Football and pulled no punches in their criticism.
Neville admitted that his marking was "poor" and Carragher mocked his fellow pundit over his bad defensive decisions.
Neville was at fault for the opener when he failed to track back and Martin Petrov scored in the second minute.
And the former England international's night ended in misery when he pulled his hamstring and was substituted off.
Hopefully this duo never stop entertaining us with their antics.
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