Carragher echoes Neville’s famous commentary during Origi’s Liverpool heroics

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Jamie Carragher echoed one of Gary Neville’s most iconic moments of commentary after Divock Origi headed Liverpool’s vital second goal against Everton.

The beloved super-sub came off the bench to haunt the Toffees’ once again shortly after Andrew Robertson put Jurgen Klopp’s side into the lead. And while Origi wheeled off in celebration, Carragher jubilantly said ‘where do you want your statue Divock Origi?”

He took a page from his Sky Sports jousting partner’s book, who infamously said ‘where do you want your statue Vincent Kompany?’ after the Manchester City legend blasted a vital 30-yard effort in a vital win against Leicester City in 2019. And with the title race going right down to the wire, Carragher’s quote would have triggered many memories from that sensational title race.

Kompany’s goal proved to be critical in the 2018-19 title contest as his sensational strike secured a vital 1-0 victory against the Foxes. Despite the fact Pep Guardiola’s side managed to accumulate 98 points, they still only won the title by one singular points as Liverpool pushed them all the way.

And Origi’s involvement could perhaps prove to be just as vital as his international compatriot’s. glory. His clinching goal saw the Reds move back within one point of City, who blew Watford away 5-1 at the Etihad Stadium.

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Just like it was in 2018, neither side can afford to slip up in their remaining fixtures. The stakes have never been higher for Guardiola or Klopp heading into the final five fixtures of the season.

The Citizens still have to face Leeds United, Newcastle, West Ham, and Aston Villa, while Liverpool take on Newcastle United, Tottenham, Aston Villa, Southampton, and Wolves. And the two Premier League giants may have to win all of those games as well as their respective Champions League semi-final clashes against Real Madrid and Villarreal, where they could meet each other in the final.

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