Roy Keane and Jamie Carragher pick their combined Manchester United '99 and Liverpool '20 XIs


There’s little denying that Liverpool’s current team is one of the all-time great Premier League sides.

They have collected 76 points out of a possible 78 so far this season and are on course to smash Manchester City’s record for total points in a single campaign, which currently stands at 100.

They’re a truly great side and have been mentioned in the conversation alongside Man United’s 1999 Treble winners and Arsenal’s Invincibles of 2003/04.

And as they continue to march towards a maiden Premier League title, there’s no better time to start picking some combined XIs.

Roy Keane and Jamie Carragher were at it on Monday evening, each picking a combined XI from Man United’s 1999 side and Liverpool’s current team.

There were, naturally, a few disagreements.

Just check out this selection of hilarious selection of Keane facial expressions.

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Carragher selected Sadio Mane over Ryan Giggs, much to the Irishman’s bemusement.

Watch the video as the pair debate their midfield choices.

The team, by the end, looked a little something like this - largely as a result of Keane's heavy influence.


"My loyalty's to my teammates," the former Man United midfielder admitted.

Carragher wanted Liverpool stars Mane and Mohamed Salah in his side, but Keane had a really difficult time excluding his former United teammates and even made the case to include Gary Neville and Ronny Johnsen over Trent Alexander-Arnold and Virgil van Dijk respectively.

Never change, Roy.

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