Gary Neville accidentally stormed towards the Liverpool changing rooms after being rattled by Jamie Carragher bragging about the Reds’ trophy haul ahead of Sunday’s clash with Manchester United.
Kop legend Carra, 41, was giving fans a private tour of the club’s “Wall of Champions”, depicting all of the club’s major trophy wins.
At that moment, Man Utd icon Neville, 44, storms past, gives his old rival the middle finger and charges towards the wrong room… the enemy’s dressing room.
In the clip posted to social media, Carragher aims the camera at the famous “Wall of Champions” – depicting all of Liverpool’s major trophy wins in their glittering history.
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The ultra-confident former Reds defender gave a running commentary of his walk down the corridor.
On the Premier League’s “18”, Carra said: “That will be changed, I’m sure, in a few months to 19.”
Moving to the Champions League trophy, adorned with the number “6”, he continued: “Maybe No7 as well, actually.”
On the FA Cup, Carragher carried on, saying: “Oh look, we’re still in that, as well. Maybe half a chance at that…”
Speaking of the Europa League – called the UEFA Cup on the Reds’ wall – Carra joked: “Probably never win that again, for obvious reasons. We’ll always be in the Champions League.”
The ex-England star added: “League Cup? Yeah. Maybe. Super Cup? Possibly.”
On the Club World Cup, Liverpool’s most-recent trophy, Carragher claimed: “We’re in that again in another couple of years. We’re the world champions, so.
“Good isn’t it. The ‘Walk of Champions’. World champions. European champions. And destined to be [looking at league titles]…
At that very moment, Neville stormed down the corridor, all the while giving Carragher the middle finger.
Carra, now in fits of laughter, screamed: “Where are you going? Liverpool changing rooms! Haha.
“The man himself. Perfect.”
The hilarious back-and-forth occurred just hours before league leaders Liverpool hosted Manchester United at Anfield.
This article was originally published by The Sun and reproduced with permission.