Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has been in hysterics on Twitter after several videos of him groaning have been mixed with famous songs.
Carragher made a slightly questionable groan while on commentary duty for Sky Sports during Liverpool’s 4-1 defeat to Manchester City last week when Alisson was caught with the ball outside the penalty area before laying it off to Fabinho.
The heart in mouth moment did not go amiss among fans, who brilliantly pieced the few seconds of footage with some of the most popular music videos over the years.
Among them were songs like Oasis’ iconic tune Wonderwall and Angels by Robbie Williams.
But there were two in particular that seemed to catch Carragher’s eye as he had some fun on social media.
After retweeting quite a few different edits, Carragher settled on a remix of the classic Baby by Justin Bieber as his favourite.
John Legend’s All of Me came in a close second, the former defender also revealed.
That’s not to say that Bieber won’t be topped though, with Carragher still retweeting some that make him chuckle.
On a slightly more serious note, Carragher has warned Reds boss Jurgen Klopp that he needs to sign three new players after seeing them slip to 10 points behind Premier League leaders City.
"Initially, when Jurgen Klopp came in, Liverpool were a team who were sixth or seventh," Carragher said on Monday Night Football.
"His first summer he brought in three players – Joel Matip, Georginio Wijnaldum, and Sadio Mane. That then took them into the Champions League.
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"Over the next 12 months he then brought in Mohamed Salah in the summer, Virgil van Dijk in the January and Alisson on the back of the 2018 Champions League final. That then took them on again, to the Champions League win and the title.
"I think Liverpool are back at that stage where they need those three players to come in again to give them that jolt."
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