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Evra digs Liverpool after winning Premier League, Milner throws jabs at Manchester United

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Manchester United former captain, Patrice Evra has congratulated Liverpool for winning the Premier League but the Frenchman used the opportunity to also throw a dig at the Reds.

In a post on his Instagram page, the former left-back who left Old Trafford for Juventus pent eight years winning plenty of trophies at Old Trafford.

Evra experiences massive success with Man United during his eight years stint

Not shy about hiding his love for the club, Evra donned Man United emblem on his car outside the house and posted: “I sincerely would like to congratulate @liverpoolfc 🙏 it’s about time guys, the last time you won the league I was 9 years old.”

 ‘F*cking w*nkers!’, Milner lambasted at Manchester United as he celebrated Liverpool title win

Meanwhile, the game of rivalry continued when Liverpool defender, James Milner was filmed mocking the Red Devils as his team celebrated winning the title for the first time in three decades.

In the video, the former Newcastle United and Manchester City utility player during his celebration labeled the Reds’ arch-rivals “‘f*cking w*nkers!”.

Liverpool had their hand on the trophy on Wednesday, after beating Chelsea behind closed doors at Anfield 5-3 due to the continued threat of coronavirus. While they gathered on the podium celebrating the win, Georginio Wijnaldum’s Instagram Live video picked up Milner taking a swipe at 13-time Premier League champions United.

Liverpool celebrates title win

The 34-year-old was heard saying: “It’s the first time I ever wanted a red ribbon. It’s always been United before. F*cking w*nkers!”

Liverpool will be playing the last game of the Premier League campaign at St James’ Park to take on Newcastle United on the cards this weekend.

It could be noted that his dig at the Old Trafford club is related to his relationship with Machester, whom he won two titles before moving to the Merseyside.

Milner began his career with Leeds United, another of the Red Devils’ age-old foes before having further spells at Aston Villa and Newcastle.

He moved to the Etihad Stadium in 2010, and he was part of the City side that won their first Premier League title in 2012.

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