GARY NEVILLE was left fuming after a fan asked about his draw during Sunday’s Manchester derby.
The 48-year-old was working as a pundit for Sky Sports as his former team suffered a 3-0 defeat to rivals Manchester City at Old Trafford.
But midway through the game he was distracted by a young fan’s homemade sign that read: “Gary Neville, can I have your tie please?”
United legend Neville posted a picture of the sign X and commented, “Nobody has ever asked about my clothes 😂.”
Fans were quick to react, with one person writing: “Give the kid that tie!”
Another asked: “Did you give him your tie? lol.”
A third added: “You owe it to yourself to give this boy your tie.”
While other fans used it to make fun of Manchester United, one joked: “Fans don’t even want the current player’s jersey 😂.”
And another commented: “Man United are so shit, fans have stopped asking for kits 😂.”
United fans were left fuming after their 3-0 defeat on Sunday.
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However, after the game, Erik ten Hag admitted that he was happy with his team’s performance in the first half.
He told MUTV: “The game plan in the first half was very disciplined and then you see how successful it can be.”
“We made a mistake on the second goal, we made a mistake. A wrong decision because we approached the goalkeeper at the wrong moment.”
“We didn’t recover quickly and they can change the game, our players are in the wrong positions and they score a great goal.”
“We got out of shape and that killed us, but the first half was so perfect because we defended so well.”
City striker Erling Haaland equalized from the penalty spot in the 26th minute after Rodri was fouled by Rasmus Hojlund in the penalty area.
The Premier League Golden Boot winner then scored his second goal with a header from close range before assisting Phil Foden in the 80th minute.
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