A weekly review of the weekend’s football from Sky Sports’ expert and Manchester United legend Gary Neville
'Gymnastics not football!' | Neville reacts to THAT Garnacho goal as Man Utd beat Everton | Plus, Gary pays tribute to Venables
Gary Neville discusses Manchester United's 3-0 win at Everton, including a goal from Man Utd's Alejandro Garnacho that Gary describes as the 'greatest overhead kick scored in the Premier League'. Gary also pays tribute to his former England boss Terry Venables.
Neville discusses Liverpool's draw at Manchester City | Why Haaland's 'a giant' | Trent can 'be the best right-back of all time'
Gary Neville chats to commentator Peter Drury about Liverpool's 1-1 draw at title rivals Manchester City, which saw Erling Haaland set yet another record. And don't miss Gary's thoughts on Trent Alexander-Arnold who proved his worth again with a late equaliser for the visitors.
'That was absolute madness!' | Neville looks back at drama-filled epic between Tottenham and Chelsea
Gary Neville looks back at one of the greatest Monday Night Football games as nine-player Tottenham lost 4-1 to Chelsea which included goals, red cards, controversy and offsides! Gary also talks about Tottenham's injuries, Nicolas Jackson and Chelsea's next game against Manchester City.
Neville discusses VAR chaos at St James' Park | Why Arsenal need a striker to win the league | Rashford's birthday celebrations
Gary Neville discusses Newcastle's 1-0 win over Arsenal in the Premier League and the drama which surrounded Anthony Gordon's winner, including a four minute VAR check. Why Arsenal need a striker if they're going to win the Premier League, whether Marcus Rashford made a mistake by celebrating his birthday in Manchester on the evening of United's 3-0 defeat to City and news of Sir Jim Ratcliffe's investment plans.
Neville dissects United's defeat to City in Manchester derby | What is wrong at the club? | Why Silva is the purest form of footballer
Gary Neville takes a closer look at Manchester United's defeat to local rivals Manchester City, asks what is wrong at the club and what needs changing and hails the importance of Bernardo Silva at the reigning Premier League Cham[ions.
Neville assesses Arsenal’s comeback to draw with Chelsea | Sir Bobby Charlton tribute
Gary Neville analyses Chelsea’s 2-2 draw with Arsenal and has sympathy for William Saliba for the penalty awarded when Mykhailo Mudryk’s header hit the defender’s arm. He also looks again to the constant pressure on both David Raya and Aaron Ramsdale and believes Arsenal should not have both goalkeepers at the club. Gary then pays his respect to who he calls ‘the greatest English footballer of all time’, Sir Bobby Charlton.