WATCH: Jamie Carragher’s VERY excited reaction to late Liverpool goal

WATCH: Jamie Carragher’s VERY excited reaction to late Liverpool goal

The Merseyside derby is a big deal in Liverpool, with the red and blue sides of the city in competition for bragging rights.

Last night it was the red half who celebrated at the final whistle, after Sadio Mane scored the only goal in injury time, winning the game and all three points for Liverpool.

There was joyous celebration at the grounds and in the city - and the Sky Sports studio.

Former Liverpool defender-turned-pundit Jamie Carragher showed he is still devoted to his old club - just check out the reaction!

Fans loved it - particularly the high-pitched shriek at the start.

Eventually he calmed down enough to give a (slightly) more measured post-match reaction.

There was no sign of the video everyone really wanted to see though - the reaction of fellow pundit and lifelong Manchester United fan Gary Neville.

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