Sky Sports viewers were given quite the treat on Monday Night Football as Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville had a full-blown argument about Tottenham.
Net spend, Mauricio Pochettino and the future were among the topics Carragher and Neville discussed and, in typical fashion, they didn't agree on much.
Carragher started proceedings by saying Spurs need to find another gear and start winning silverware.
"How do they go again?" said Carragher. "Are we going to be sitting here for the next 10 years saying the same thing about Tottenham and well done for getting in the Champions League?
"Is there not another level? Are Tottenham absolutely giving everything for Pochettino and Harry Kane to do it?"
To which Neville responded: "You are talking like every team has a right to win the league. Liverpool haven't won a Premier League title for 30 years.
"You are asking them to spend more money when they probably have debt which is growing every day because the stadium is going over - you can't make them do that."
Tottenham's new stadium, which will cost upwards of £600m after borrowing another £237m from the bank, is one reason for their lack of activity in recent transfer windows.
But while Neville understands Spurs' predicament, Carragher feels the club should be doing everything to help Pochettino build a title-winning squad as well a new stadium.
"They are looking after the long-term future by building the new stadium," added Neville. "Tottenham for 30 years of our lives were spineless and soft, flaky, rubbish.
"Now we have the toughest, robust, most resilient Tottenham team that we have seen and we shouldn't get tired of them and saying they have to do this..."
But Carragher butted in: "So give them a bit of help! The best team for 30 years, the best manger for 30 years, they are not spineless, they have top players, why not try and push it an extra level?"
Clearly Carragher and Neville disagree on what Tottenham should be doing to progress as a club, but there was one hilarious moment during their debate.
At one point the Scouser and Mancunian started arguing in such a high pitch that fans couldn't understand a word they were saying. Check the video and reaction out below.
FOOTBALL FANS REACT
Carragher has since responded to the video of his and Neville's funny squabble by saying even he needs a translation. That's why everyone loves them on Sky Sports.