Gary Neville hilariously mocked Jamie Carragher following Liverpool’s win over Everton, getting in his colleague’s ear whilst he attempted to do some analysis.
The enemies turned frenemies are often a highlight of Monday Night Football, usually when they’re giving their post match analysis.
It was no different this week, as Liverpool beat Everton in the Merseyside derby, thanks to goals from Mohamed Salah and Cody Gakpo.
Being that it was the game between the club he used to play for and the club he used to support as a child, it was obviously right in Carragher’s wheelhouse.
Rather than his usual accomplice, he was actually doing co-commentary with former Everton star Leon Osman, and the ex midfielder also joined him to do some post match analysis.
Whilst looking over Gakpo’s goal, the two men were interrupted in their ear pieces by Neville attempting to put off his former rival.
Neville was hilariously talking to Carragher calling the defending by Conor Coady ‘Carragher-Land,’ referring to the distance between the centre back and the full back.
Everton had looked to get themselves back on track, following Frank Lampard’s sacking, when they shocked Arsenal by winning their first game under Sean Dyche.
However, nine days on from that win, they were closer to their form from the rest of the season than what they’d shown against the Gunners.
Carragher wasn’t impressed at all, ripping into them at full time, “I’ll never be too critical of Everton coming to Anfield, not even at Goodison, not dominating the ball and getting on the ball and making big chances, but I think they’ve really let themselves down,” he said on Sky Sports.
“They’ve frozen on this occasion, I just haven’t seen that pressing and getting in people’s faces that we saw – certainly last week, and certainly expected them today.
“I really feared how Liverpool would actually cope with Everton in this game having watched that game with Arsenal, certainly watching Liverpool the last few weeks.
“You have to also give credit to Liverpool, they’re looking like their normal selves in some senses.”
The Reds bounced back from last week’s mauling at the hands of Wolverhampton Wanderers, to secure their first league win of 2023.