Gary Neville goes from drowning his sorrows after Manchester United’s 6-1 humiliation by Tottenham to poking fun at fellow Sky pundit Jamie Carragher during Liverpool’s 7-2 collapse at Aston Villa
- Manchester United were humiliated in a 6-1 defeat to Tottenham on Sunday
- Later, rivals Liverpool suffered worse embarrassment, losing 7-2 to Aston Villa
- Pundits Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher both had to cover their teams’ defeats
- The pair had a laugh at each others’ miserable days on the job on Twitter after
Another bizarre match-day of the 2020-21 Premier League season first saw it’s most successful team, United, humiliated by its former manager Jose Mourinho, before Aston Villa ran riot against the champions hours later.
Covering the matches were Sky mainstays Neville and Carragher, who poked fun at each other’s miserable days work on Twitter.
Another dramatic Premier League match-day saw Manchester United humiliated 6-1 by Spurs
Liverpool then better their miserable result, being demolished Aston Villa 7-2 away from home
The former right-back kicked things off by tweeting a shot of himself sipping a glass of red wine with an expression of smugness.
The comments were quick to point out Neville’s ‘shamelessness’ before he added another photo, this time posing below an image of his old rival and colleague analysing the Liverpool disaster on TV.
The former Red later replied: ‘I’ll feel better tomorrow when you sign Cavani,’ alongside laughing and face-palm emoji’s.
Neville and Carragher both had to work through their team’s humiliating day in the office
Neville is less than impressed by United’s plans to sign PSG’s Edinson Cavani, likening the transfer to their late signing of Radamel Falcao in the 2014- later flopping.
The United legend believes the move ‘wasn’t in the plan’ and called the team ‘spineless’ for their collapse against Spurs after going down to 10-men following Anthony Martial’s dismissal.
Carragher was as baffled by the Reds’ collapse, calling it ‘possibly one of the worst defensive display’s I’ve seen’ on commentary.