Watch: Gary Neville uses a brilliant analogy when questioning Chelsea re-signing David Luiz
Gary Neville's thoughts on David Luiz have been known for some time.
The Sky Sports pundit said the Brazilian played like he was being controlled by "a 10-year-old on a PlayStation" during Luiz's previous spell at Chelsea.
Luiz made his first start for Chelsea since re-joining the club for £34m from Paris Saint-Germain on Friday night against Liverpool, and Neville was on co-commentary duty.
The former Valencia coach appeared dumbfounded that Antonio Conte would sign Luiz, a talented player prone to the occasional brain fart and defensive mistake.
"David Luiz is obviously a big talent, but I would have never put those two together," Neville said.
"I'm trying to think of an analogy - it's probably like me and Miss World."
Something tells us Gary had been waiting to use that one for a while. Nicely done.
"It's a bit like me and Miss World!" 😂 https://t.co/KssfLxYSz1
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) September 16, 2016
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