Jamie Carragher has left Liverpool fans in stitches after trolling Gary Neville on Twitter.
The Reds ran out 3-2 winners over West Ham at Anfield but had to do it the hard way after coming from behind.
David Moyes' side took a 2-1 lead before Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane saved Liverpool's blushes.
It saw the Anfield outfit equal Manchester City's 18-match winning run in the Premier League.
But while West Ham led, Neville posted a jovial video onto social media.
It showed the former Manchester United defender laughing with Carragher in the background, insisting that Liverpool 'were bottling' the Premier League.
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But as the Reds mounted a comeback, Neville was left to eat his own words and Carra was not going to let him finish.
And in an equally cheeky mood, the ex-Liverpool star set his profile picture on Twitter to Neville.
It had left fans in stitches, mostly Liverpool supporters or rejoiced in glee over a rival.
One fan said: "HE DOES NOT MISSSSSSSSSSSSS."
And this supporter posted: "Absolute scenes."
"LOOOOOOOOL," another simply said
While this fan replied: "The celebrations were really short."
"Your troll game is on point as usual," a fifth wrote.
As for Liverpool, Klopp was over the moon after hearing that his side had made it 18 wins in a row in the Premier League.
"I never thought it would be broken or equalled," said Klopp.
"We did it and I cannot believe it happened to be honest. Whatever will happen this season is an effort of all of us.
"But you are right it is very special. We all know that these numbers are very special. but we are in the situation, and we want to react.
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"We said at the start of our time here that we wanted to create history and write our own stories and the players have clearly taken that seriously.
"The numbers, of course, are unbelievable, we know that it is special. But we have to be ready to fight to the end as everybody is fighting for everything right now.
"Now we prepare for the next one at Watford on Saturday and we have to be 100 per cent for the next one."
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