Jamie Carragher once branded Gary Neville a 'coward' as the two Sky Sports pundits went head to head in a game of zorb football.
The duo were appearing as pundits for a Friday night clash between Norwich and Watford at Carrow Road in 2019 – and ahead of the match, the pair participated in a light-hearted game of 'zorb' football.
Neville ran out 2-1 winner, but it was the hilarious comment with scores tied at 1-1 that captured the attention of the footballing world.
"Oh come on, you coward," the former Liverpool defender called out at Neville, who remained rooted on his line.
After calling out the Manchester United legend, Carragher attempted to cheekily chip his colleague.
However, it was Neville who was able to lift the ball over Carragher to find the net, after the pair had smashed into each other on numerous occasions.
And Carragher then hilariously broke the match down for Sky Sports viewers: "Not good enough Kelly [it] certainly wasn't, and we're going to look at it now.
"I win the first challenge, but I become too emotional, and I'm worried about knocking Gary into the stand, as I did before, and I'm too high didn't get low enough, and I end up on my backside."
Who are your favourite Sky Sports pundits? Let us know in the comments section
Don't miss a thing with our football updates!
Want to be on the ball with all of the latest football news?
Well then sign up for the brilliant Daily Star football email newsletter!
From the latest transfer news to the agenda-setting stories, get it all in your email inbox – don't miss a thing.
How do you sign up?
It only takes a matter of seconds.
Simply type your email address into the box at the top of this article and hit 'subscribe'.
And that's it, job done. You'll receive an email with all of the top news stories every single morning.
You can find out more information on our email newsletter on this link here.
Watford followed in the footsteps of Neville, and they claimed their first win of the 19/20 season later that evening.
Goals through Gerard Deulofeu, who scored after 76 seconds, and Andre Gray pushed the game out of Norwich's reach.
It was the Hornet's first win of the season, and the result lifted them off the bottom of the table.
Source: Read Full Article