Gary Neville forced to deny claims he reacted with disappointment after Eddie Nketiah's late winner against Man Utd | The Sun

GARY NEVILLE has denied the photo of him with his head in hands was from Arsenal's win over Manchester United on Sunday.

Gunners supporters have been laughing at Neville's expensive after a snap of him looking devastated went viral from what was thought to be after Eddie Nketiah's stoppage-time winner.

United looked to have done enough to earn a point after goals from Marcus Rashford and Lisandro Martinez saw the game level heading into injury-time.

But Nketiah continued his fine goalscoring run by turning home Martin Odegaard's shot.

The goal ended United's 10-match unbeaten run in all competitions and damaged their faint title hopes.

Neville was seen with his head in his hands moments after Nketiah's goal and Arsenal fans have been taking great pleasure on social media.

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One said: "This is absolutely amazing."

A second admitted: "My mood was good and with this made my day is heelllll yeeeeaaaah!!!! 🤣🤣🤣🤣."

A third went: "I love it, and I think he deserves it. More more tears."

A fourth chimed in with: "Wonderful to see."

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But Neville, who was commentating on the game for Sky Sports, has confirmed the photo was from another day.

Someone sent him the snap on Twitter and he replied: "That wasn't yesterday in comms my friend 👍🏻."

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