Liverpool vs Man Utd: Gary Neville loses it on commentary as Anthony Martial misses sitter

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Liverpool are running away with the Premier League. 

On Sunday they clashed with old rivals Manchester United and although the fixture has lost its edge in the last few years, all eyes were on Anfield. 

Jurgen Klopp's side didn't disappoint, either. They won 2-0 thanks to goals from Vigil van Dijk and Mohamed Salah. 

The first came thanks to a header from their Dutch defender after 15 minutes, but it wasn't until the 93rd that Salah wrapped up the three points. 

That meant that United really were in the game until the last kick. In fact, the visitors could have equalised through Anthony Martial. 

The Frenchman went through clean on goal but fluffed his lines and fired well over the bar from less than 10 yards. 

No doubt, that was very frustrating for many United fans - including Gary Neville, who was actually on commentary for Sky Sports at the time. 

The club legend's reaction to Martial's miss was caught on camera and shared across social media - and Neville's absolutely fuming. Check it out: 

If you haven't seen already, this is the chance that Neville was reacting too: 

Should that have gone in, it would have been a completely different game. But there's no point in wondering about what could have been. 

Right now, we need to celebrate what Liverpool are achieving this season. It looks almost certain that the Premier League title will have their name on it. 

Some fans might be getting ahead of themselves and once again on Sunday, chants of 'We're gonna win the league' were ringing around Anfield. 

Liverpool are running away at the top

But, that isn't worrying Klopp, who was asked for his thoughts on that post-match.

"They can sing that, they have sung that a couple of times in the past I think. l have no problem with that," he said.

"Everyone should celebrate the situation, apart from us. Nothing has changed, same situation plus three points." 

Klopp is starting to believe, too

Klopp may claim that nothing much has changed, but now the Reds are 16 points clear at the top, it really doesn't look like anyone will catch them. 

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