Gary Neville rinses Jamie Carragher after Usain Bolt goal
Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher never shy away from an opportunity to rib each other.
The Monday Night Football pundits regularly jibe each other on set, and increasingly, on their social media accounts with the Soccer Aid 2019 game providing the perfect opportunity for Neville to end his Twitter hiatus.
The former Manchester United defender posted that he would stay off the social media platform for the summer but he quickly came out of retirement when sprinter Usain Bolt took advantage of a mistake from Carragher that led to a goal for the Jamaican.
— Mikey ⚪ (@Mikey_NNG) June 16, 2019
I was off Twitter ! Embarrassing ! pic.twitter.com/kHpYuC96mb
— Gary Neville (@GNev2) June 16, 2019
Two goals from footballer freestyler Jeremy Lynch gave England a solid lead before Bolt pulled one back for the Rest of the World.
Soccer Aid is an annual British charity event that has raised over £20 million in aid of UNICEF UK, through ticket sales and donations from the public.
Around the world, poverty, hunger and disease are disrupting playtime for millions of children. Soccer Aid for Unicef is defending play for every child.