Manchester United and Liverpool are English football's two most successful clubs, with 37 league titles and eight European Cups between them. Thirty-three miles separates them and their rivalry dates back to the Industrial Revolution, yet some moron at Chevrolet has united them in a horrific advert.
Chevrolet's logo will be emblazoned on United's shirt from the 2014-15 season after a £357million sponsorship deal was clinched, but they've reversed into the front door by attempting to create a sickening solidarity.
Featuring a split image of United and Liverpool players paired together, one doesn't gauge what is being said due to the hypnotic effect of the egregious commercial.
Still, at least Chevrolet didn't have Patrice Evra and Luis Suárez appear together.
Ryan Giggs, Rio Ferdinand, Robin van Persie and Paul Scholes appear for United while Liverpool's contingent is made up of Jordan Henderson, Joe Allen, Glen Johnson and Jonjo Shelvey.
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