AFTER Gary Neville missed a golden chance playing for Manchester United legends, Jamie Carragher made sure he took his.
The Liverpool legend shared a clip of his Sky Sports colleague firing wide in the Treble reunion match.
And Carragher later tweeted: “No one wants to grow up and be
@GNev2 except Phil”.
Paddy Power opened a market on the former Reds defender to tweet the clip of Neville’s miss.
And he responded by claiming he could not find it as he was on holiday in Turkey before sharing a phone number.
Fans reckon the number may have been Neville’s in another prank between the feuding colleagues.
Despite the former full-back’s miss, United put five past Bayern in a 5-0 drubbing.
Dwight Yorke, David Beckham and now-boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer all found the net – and Neville should have boosted the scoreline further.
The hosts were leading 2-0 when the ball fell to Nev, 44, just a couple of yards out.
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Proving just why he was a defender in his day, Neville smashed the ball wide of the far post.
The now-Sky Sports pundit slumped to the turf in disbelief, as Ferguson couldn’t hide his laughter – all the while with his head in his hands.
All the while, Beckham and Paul Scholes were spraying 40-yard balls, Jaap Stam was thundering into tackles and for 90 minutes, the feel-good factor was back at Old Trafford.