A fun and small-the bizarre scene played out for the rolling cameras in today's Premier League coverage on british tv.
even Though Manchester United is far from well running in this season, it is certainly not commonplace, that David de Gea is leveringsdygtig in kæmpedrop.
But it was the case in today's Premier League clash between United and Watford, where the Spanish stjernekeeper let a harmless shot slip between his hands, which can be seen in the clip above.
It was the former Manchester United star and current fodboldekspert Gary Neville to lose the jaw and take to his head, while José Mourinho was being interviewed in the background, which the tv viewers were witness to.
Gary Neville, who is an expert at Sky Sports showdown in London between Tottenham and Chelsea, took to his head and had to go around in circles in disbelief over de Gea slips, since dropped, was shown on a tv monitor in the mixed zone at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
at the same time was Tottenham manager José Mourinho being interviewed in the same space of Sky Sports reporter, who was not slow to seize the moment:
"While we are about to make a professional interview, tumble Neville around on the floor. What does it say about his lack of class?" asks the reporter, with a twinkle in the eye of José Mourinho, who has previously hit out at Gary Neville and other fodboldeksperter on the tv.
"Gary can't hide his connections to the United. But he is a very good tv-expert. It's no problem," comes the answer from Mourinho, which did not jump on reporterens attempt to get portugiseren to poke a little to Neville.
David de Gea's big drop just after the break helped the drain plug Watford to a 2-0 victory over Manchester United.
It was watford town just another ligasejr in this season in 18 matches.
United and manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær, who is sitting on a hot seat, being thus on the very disappointing knight with 25 points.
There are four points up to the top-4, which triggers the Champions League-participation in the next season, but the distance can later on Sunday to grow to seven points, if Chelsea beats Tottenham.
Updated Date: 22 December 2019, 17:00