'He's gone underground!' - How Neville & Carragher reacted to Liverpool's title win
Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher celebrated the Reds' first title win in the Premier League, but expert and Manchester United icon Gary Neville has "gone underground".
After 30 long years, the English top crown returns to Anfield.
Wild celebrations were triggered on Thursday when Chelsea's 2-1 win over Manchester City on Stamford Bridge resulted in Jürgen Klopp's team not being caught.
There never seemed to be a danger as Liverpool was a dominant force during a record-breaking 2019-20 season.
However, they had to wait patiently to cross the border, and the outbreak of the coronavirus raised fears that they might never be able to get their hands on the crown.
However, football has returned and the reds are at the top of the tree at home again.
Because of this success, emotions have emerged, including Jürgen Klopp, Sir Kenny Dalglish and Jordan Henderson, who get a little tearful when they think about the achievements of a particular side.
Carragher, who missed out on a number of title bids during his own season, was another caught up in the excitement of ending a three-decade barren run.
He tried to enjoy the moment alongside former rival and current colleague Neville, but the former United defender was nowhere to be found.
"I'm trying to reach him, there's just no signal," Carragher told Sky Sports.
"He went underground again, G Nev. He said Man United would win the league ahead of Liverpool earlier this season - top expert!"
Carragher was also pleased to remind Neville of a now infamous tweet he posted on the back of Premier League football that closed in mid-March - with a few subtle changes.
However, Neville had not been there for a long time. The United States had made a hasty withdrawal from social media before the final whistle sounded in West London.
While those closely associated with Old Trafford are likely to remain low for the foreseeable future as Liverpool are happy to return to the top spots, Neville has stated that he believes United will return to the title fight next season could.
In early May, he said to Sky Sports: "I don't know why, but I'm a little more confident about Manchester United's ability to challenge next season just because that happened and they do a lot better before the lockdown have played . ”
Liverpool, along with dethroned champions Manchester City and Chelsea, can be expected to have a lot to say about it, but the 2020/21 Premier League title race may be a little more competitive than this season.
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