Jamie Carragher and Roy Keane faced each other in the Sky Sports studio for the first time since their last argument went viral.
After Liverpool beat Manchester United with ease, Keane staunchly defended Ole Gunnar Solskjaer while Carragher picked at him.
The conversation increasingly became more and more heated as Graeme Souness and Patrice Evra watched on.
And the pair met again as Chelsea hosted United on Monday night.
The visitors emerged 2-0 winners in a crucial Premier League win for Solskjaer.
While the two avoided another coming together while the Sky Sports cameras rolled, it was a different story away from them.
Carra, always looking to goad his fellow pundits, changed his Twitter profile picture to that of Keane.
The two were discussing their combined XIs consisting of United players from their treble winning season of 1999 and Liverpool’s current crop.
Keane became incensed after Carragher snubbed Ryan Giggs in favour of Sadio Mane.
The former Red Devils captain was flabbergasted, questioning his Sky Sports compatriot vehemently.
It left Keane with a few different facial expressions.
And Carragher has cheekily changed his Twitter pic to one of those, much to the delight of fellow Liverpool fans.
One fan said: “This belongs in a museum.”
“That is the biggest W I hv ever seen,” this fan tweeted.
While another simply wrote: “LMAOOOOOOOOO.”
And this fan said: “Mate that was great television.”
“Carra just makes life after football seem to be fun,” a fifth replied.
A sixth quipped: “Got to say you’ve got top bants!”
And another tweeted: “Yess carra, you had him on strings, was like watching someone poke a bear with a stick!”
Meanwhile, Keane responded in true fashion when pressed on Arsenal’s exuberant celebrations following their 4-0 win over Newcastle.
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“Way over the top,” Keane declared on Sky Sports when asked if he liked the celebrations.
“When I was watching it, I thought they were 10 points clear in the league, the way they were celebrating towards the end.
“Forget Arsenal. Way over the top celebrations to beating Newcastle 4-0. Ridiculous.”
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