Gary Neville mocks Jamie Carragher in latest dig after heated car park argument

Gary Neville aimed a comical jab at his Sky Sports co-pundit Jamie Carragher on Wednesday after their their argument on Monday night continued into the car park.

Neville and Carragher are known for their camaraderie on Sky Sports, and their Monday Night Football clash was no different.

The two retired defenders argued during the show about whether Gareth Southgate should take Trent Alexander-Arnold to the European Championships.

And on Wednesday, Neville joked that Carragher is better presenting on CBS than he is on Sky.

He quote tweeted a video from CBS Sports in which Carragher and Alex Scott ran through a lesson in defending the ball.

Neville captioned the quote tweet: "Hey Sky Sports can we sign this analyst up with the Liverpool accent. He's better than the one I work with."

The pair's heated debate on Monday night spilled into the car park, with Neville going live on Instagram to document their discussion.

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  • Neville began the video by saying: “Well… I can’t believe what I’ve just been through.

    “I’ve been exposed to the… Scouse mafia in full flow.

    "I’ve delivered three excellent bits of punditry tonight that have basically been rubbished by gob***** here.

    "He's played under Gerard Houllier and Rafa Benitez for 20 years playing the most boring football in the world, suddenly he's turned into Johan Cruyff!"

    The pair then had to apologise after slipping under a security barrier to enter into a car park.

    Neville was seen apologising on their way to get into a taxi before cutting the video off.

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