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Tuesday 23 September 2014

Didier Drogba's Chelsea goal results in another Gary Neville 'scoregasm'

Gary Neville
Gary Neville
MUNICH, GERMANY - MAY 19: Philipp Lahm of Bayern Muenchen celebrates after Thomas Mueller scored the opening goal during UEFA Champions League Final between FC Bayern Muenchen and Chelsea at the Fussball Arena München on May 19, 2012 in Munich, Germany. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

Former Manchester United player Gary Neville has had another unusual reaction to a Chelsea goal during the UEFA Champions League final on Saturday.

Viewers were once again taken aback as the Sky Sports analyst let rip with a disturbing moaning sound, described as a 'scoregasm' by internet users, during Didier Drogba's equaliser against Bayern Munich.

During a bizarre ramble the commentator also said that Chelsea's win was 'nothing to do with football'.

He said: "...it was the angels, it was the heavens, it was the stars, it was everything for Chelsea. This has not anything to do with football."

Users of social networking sites were quick to comment on Neville's shenanigans with one tweet saying: "Bayern Munich have lost it. So has Gary Neville."

Neville's 'gurgles of coitus' were also heard last month (video below) when Fernando Torres closed in on goal at Camp Nou.

Neville later blamed his high-pitched screams of pleasure on a sore throat and tweeted a photo of some Strepsils.

The pundit has offered no explanation for his latest moaning.

England boss Roy Hodgson sprung a surprise last week when he handed Neville a four-year contract as coach.

Video: Gary Neville's 'goalgasm' during Fernando Torres goal

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