JAMIE CARRAGHER has had a right old ding-dong with Liam Gallagher after the Manchester City fan called him a “b**lend”.
Liverpool legend Carra looked back in anger at the singer’s tweet and told him the newly-crowned Premier League champions will “never win the Champions League”.
Jamie Carragher felt Liam Gallagher was off his rocker with his Twitter attack but refused to roll with it as he responded in kind
Singer Liam Gallagher went bell for leather with his jibe at Jamie Carragher
And he refused to Let It Be as he switched to Gallagher’s day job and claimed: “Oasis are s***e compared to the Beatles.”
Former Oasis frontman Gallagher, 49, and 44-year-old Carragher tasted delight and despair respectively after one of the greatest final days in Premier League history.
City’s 3-2 comeback win over Aston Villa was matched by neck-and-neck rivals Liverpool beating Wolves 3-1.
But that home victory apiece meant Gallagher’s heroes retained the title by a point.
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And the resulting fierce emotions spilled out onto Twitter.
Gleeful Gallagher didn’t have to ask what the story was as he posted: “What you saying carra you b**lend.”
That lyric-worthy line met with an equally robust, rhetorical retort from ex-England defender Carragher.
He replied: “I’m saying you’ll never win the Champions league & Oasis are sh**e compared to the Beatles. That work??”
The exchange sparked a Supersonic-speed response on social media.
One fan asked Gallagher: “Where’s ya European cup??? b***end.”
To which the Mancunian musician replied: “Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh.”
Even Specsavers chimed in with a painful dig at Carra and Galla: “Calm down, you’ve both got the same number of Premier League medals.”
And a spat broke out over whether ‘just’ winning the Prem is good enough for City – as Liverpool can complete a treble of cups if they beat Real Madrid in the Champions League final next Saturday.
In the City corner: “Man City have had a better season than Liverpool. premier league is greater than all other cups combined. only the best team actually win the league.”
Jabs back at that included: “One trophy for City (by one goal over a whole season) with all that money spent is a massive underachievement; Liverpool by contrast are having an amazing season & still have a CL final with a chance of a treble.”