Carragher taunts Neville for giving Anthony Joshua and Harry Kane ‘bad luck’

Jamie Carragher has taken to social media to taunt Gary Neville for giving Anthony Joshua and Harry Kane bad luck.

The former Liverpool centre-back poked fun at his Monday Night Football colleague after the British boxer lost his world heavyweight titles to Oleksandr Usyk.

Joshua’s unanimous points defeat against the Ukrainian at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium comes after Kane’s poor run of form in the Premier League.

And Carragher was keen to point out the link, with Neville having spoken to both in recent months.

He tweeted: “Joshua and Kane have gone to pieces after the Gary Neville YouTube Overlap interviews.”

One of his followers also shared a link to an interview with Harry Maguire, suggesting he had also started the season poorly.

Neville started the Overlap earlier this year and has welcomed a number of sporting stars as well as notable figures to discuss a range of issues.

He spoke to Joshua on the channel last month, ahead of the fight in front of 65,000 crowd.

After a clash with Tyson Fury collapsed last summer, this appeared to be the easier fight, although it was still widely considered his toughest test since beating Wladimir Klitschko in 2017.

Usyk put in an exceptional performance, with the scorecards 117-112, 116-112 and 115-113 in his favour.

Will Anthony Joshua bounce back from this defeat? Let us know in the comments section.

Meanwhile, Neville also interviewed Kane earlier this year, which raised plenty of eyebrows, as he cast doubt on his Spurs future ahead of Euro 2020.

Despite interest from Manchester City, the England captain remained in North London, with his club blocking his path.

After missing the start to the season, Kane has featured in four Premier League games, but has not scored or assisted a single goal.

His display in a 0-3 defeat to Chelsea in particular lead to fierce criticism.

The 28-year-old has found the back of the net in cup competitions, but all eyes are on if he can improve in the league.

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