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Gary Neville explains the reason behind THAT Torres commentary... sort of

Sore throat, innit.

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IT’S DESTINED TO go down alongside this and this as one of the all-time great moments of football commentary, but Gary Neville is insisting that there’s a rather simple explanation behind his Fernando Torres “goalgasm” last night.

You see, he had a sore throat. That’s what prompted the delirious moan of “ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh”.

To be honest, that explanation is about as believable as John Terry’s “Sanchez checked his run so I shifted my weight onto my back foot and jerked my knee into his back as a reflex” line.

But in the Neviller’s defence, he’s sticking to his story and even fleshed it out a bit this morning.

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