Manchester City fans sing 'Gary Neville is a w***er' to Manchester United legend, he joins in
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Neville was on co-commentary alongside Martin Tyler for Sky Sports' coverage of City's 2-0 win over West Ham at the London Stadium in Sunday's 4:30pm kick-off.
Erling Haaland put the Premier League on notice with a stunning brace on his debut for the champions, taking no time to adjust to life in English football.
But beforehand, a coach full of away fans spotted the long-time Manchester United captain outside the ground as he was ready to make his entrance inside.
The former Valencia manager was serenaded by the supporters, who chanted "Neville is a w***er na na na na" repeatedly.
The pundit took it superbly though and filmed the exchange from his point of view and posted it on his social media channels, hilariously joining in with the song.
Despite regularly talking glowingly about City on Sky, it seems as though some fans are still not keen on Neville due to his United allegiances.
But this meeting went much better for Neville than one that happened on the final day of the 2018/19 season.
Manchester City fans throwing drinks over Gary Neville.— Football Hub (@FootbalIhub) May 20, 2019
I'm not even an United fan but this man's a legend poor form no respect 👎 pic.twitter.com/KEkip3QTB1
He was working City's trip to Brighton, who they beat 4-1 to retain their Premier League title, but ended up getting pelted with drinks outside the AMEX stadium. Some supporters did try and usher him away to safety.
Last season, boyhood United fan Neville had a brilliant interaction with a City supporter who had travelled from America.
She had come from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and asked Neville for an autograph, which took him by surprise.
"Where am I signing?" he asked.
The fan then told Neville, "You're the best dude, Philadelphia loves you."
The eight-time Premier League winner couldn't help but crack a smile and and they both posed for a video on his Instagram, with Neville adding, "Philadelphia loves me, of course it does. Keep going Philly."