A weekly review of the weekend’s football from Sky Sports’ expert and Manchester United legend Gary Neville
Vital win for Spurs in top four chase, disappointment for Man Utd in FA Cup and can City win the quadruple?
Gary Neville discusses Tottenham’s crucial win over Aston Villa which he feels will give Jose Mourinho belief that they can reach the top four. He reflects on the disappointment of Manchester Utd’s FA Cup quarter final defeat to Leicester and answers whether he thinks Manchester City can achieve an unprecedented quadruple.
Man Utd brush off Hammers as they go back to 2nd
Gary Neville is joined by Rob Hawthorn as they discuss Manchester United's narrow 1-0 win over West Ham United and what that result means for the Hammers' European football hopes.
Superb United end City's unbeaten run
Gary Neville is over the moon as Man Utd ended Man City's 28-game unbeaten run with a shock 2-0 victory at the Etihad.
Man Utd denied pen in draw at Chelsea whilst Bale stars for Spurs
Gary Neville and Martin Tyler analyse Chelsea and Manchester United's 0-0 draw on Super Sunday and discuss which side is closest to challenging for the title. Also, Neville and Tyler reflect on Manchester City's 20th consecutive victory and Gareth Bale's star display for Tottenham Hotspur.
City’s Mayweather-like performance, Liverpool need fresh ideas
Gary Neville says Manchester City put on a Floyd Mayweather-type performance in their 1-0 win over Arsenal by keeping the Gunners at arm’s length despite not being on top form. Neville is also not surprised by Liverpool’s recent poor results, and the former Manchester United and England man says they need some fresh ideas and changes in tactics to protect their injury-hit defensive positions.
Neville suggests Liverpool look "drained" during an "alarming dip" & Man Utd's faltering title challenge
Gary Neville claims that the Liverpool squad look drained and suggests that's the biggest factor for their "alarming dip" in form. Plus, why Manchester United are not good enough to seriously challenge for the Premier League title this season but should be contenders next season.