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Jamie Carragher brilliantly trolls Gary Neville with photobomb after Liverpool’s 4-0 rout over Man Utd

LIVERPOOL legend Jamie Carragher has trolled pal Gary Neville after Manchester United were beaten 4-0 at Anfield.

Goals by Luis Diaz, Mohamed Salah and a Sadio Mane brace fired Liverpool to the top of the Premier League.


Liverpool scored four past Man UtdCredit: REX FEATURES
Man Utd failed to find the net against their rivals in both league fixtures


Man Utd failed to find the net against their rivals in both league fixturesCredit: AP
Carragher took to Twitter to troll pal Neville


Carragher took to Twitter to troll pal NevilleCredit: TWITTER

The big win also means Liverpool have put NINE past their fierce rivals this season in the league WITHOUT conceding.

And to celebrate the win, Carragher trolled Neville by pulling a funny face as he looked downbeat.

Neville has admitted that watching United play the way they did at Anfield was “as bad as it gets” in the 42 years he has been watching the club.

He said: “I’ve been watching Man United for 42 years and this is as bad as it gets honestly.

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“[I] watched them through the 80s. I’ve never seen a group have a lack of appetite to play during my time watching the club.”

Neville also blames United’s woes on the Glazers.

In response to Liverpool great Graeme Souness, who claimed that the Red Devils’ issues aren’t the Glazers’ fault, Neville said on Sky Sports: “Graeme seriously.

“No owners of any good business in the world where the core activities of the business is failing and the cash reserves are being drained over the last three years through Covid, can you continue to take money out of a business.


“No shareholders, directors and owners of a good business, when the business is failing at it’s core activity, the cash reserves are being drained, there is investment required in hundreds of millions invested into the stadium and training ground and continue to take money out of the business. They can’t do it.

“Fundamentally the club is broken on and off the pitch. The stadium is falling apart, the training ground is falling back to second rate compared to other grounds.

“The owners are taking £25m out a year when the club need investment.”

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