Gary Neville Slams Jamie Carragher, Souness After Man Utd Loss

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Gary Neville has laid into Jamie Carragher and Graeme Souness for ‘gloating like little children’ after Manchester United’s defeat to Liverpool on Sunday.

The Red Devils were beaten 3-1 at Anfield, with goals from Diogo Jota, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino securing the points for the hosts.

United had taken the lead through Marcus Rashford, but were unable to hold on for a point, and Neville was left unimpressed by the reaction of the Sky Sports pundits.

The former United defender took to Twitter to express his displeasure, writing: “Carragher and Souness gloating like little children.”

The tweet was met with a mixed response, with some agreeing with Neville’s assessment, while others felt he was being too harsh on the pair.

Carragher and Souness have been vocal critics of United in recent weeks, with the former Liverpool defender in particular taking aim at the club’s transfer policy.

The pair have also been critical of United’s performances this season, with the Red Devils currently languishing in 15th place in the Premier League table.

However, Neville believes that the pair should have shown more respect after the game, and that their reaction was inappropriate.

He later added: “I’m not saying don’t be critical of United. I’m saying don’t gloat like children. It’s a game of football.”

The comments come after Neville had previously criticised Carragher and Souness for their “over-the-top” criticism of United, and it appears that the former United defender is still not happy with their behaviour.

It is clear that Neville is not a fan of the way that Carragher and Souness have reacted to United’s recent struggles, and it will be interesting to see if the pair respond to his comments.

Regardless of their response, it is clear that Neville is not happy with the way that the two pundits have reacted to United’s defeat, and it is likely that he will continue to voice his displeasure in the future.