Liverpool fans rejoiced last night as the club was crowned Premier League champions for the first time but there was one man at Sky Sports who was making himself scarce.
Gary Neville, pundit for the TV company and former Manchester United captain, makes no secret of his disdain for Liverpool having suffered abuse at the hands of their fans since his playing days. Since taking up a role with Sky back in 2011, he appears to have thawed tensions with a number of colleagues who have Liverpool connections including Jamie Carragher, Jamie Redknapp and Graeme Souness.
However, despite his jovial working relationship with his fellow pundits, he clearly had no intention of congratulating them on Liverpool's success last night. Minutes after the title was sealed by Chelsea's win over Manchester City, Sky Sports released a video called Where Is Gary Neville? which is an impressively-produced action-style short depicting the aforementioned trio along with John Barnes, David Jones and Kelly Dalglish looking for Gary as he goes into hiding while Liverpool fans celebrate.
It's a very well-made piece with some unexpectedly good acting performances and since it was published, it's clocked up over three million views.