Former Manchester United striker Louis Saha has revealed he was furious to find out that teammate Gary Neville predicted he'd miss his penalty against Celtic back in 2006.

The two players were starring at Parkhead in a crunch Champions League tie.

Shunsuke Nakamura had opened the scoring with a stunning free-kick still discussed to this day when Shaun Maloney was found guilty of handling the ball inside his own box.

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But when Frenchman Saha stepped up to take the spot-kick, Artur Boruc flung himself to his right to beat it away.

Now, even 13 years later, Saha remains furious at Neville for doubting his penalty-taking prowess.

He told FourFourTwo: "The worst memory about it is that my own team-mate, Gary Neville, actually predicted I'd miss the penalty!

"He said that to someone, then I read it in a newspaper - I was fuming!

"But with Gary, we argued a lot, so no change there.

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"It's about how you react, and the following weekend I scored against Chelsea , one of the best goals I scored in my career."

He added: "Of course, I have to credit Celtic's goalkeeper for the penalty.

"It was a good save."