Carragher and more: Twitter reacts to Neuer’s save to deny Arsenal

Jamie Carragher and Pepe Reina take to Twitter to react to Manuel Neuer's save to deny Arsenal at The Emirates

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Manuel Neuer produced one of the best saves in Champions League history to deny Theo Walcott in the first half at The Emirates.

With the game goalless after a strong start from the away side, Walcott had the chance to break the deadlock with a close-range header.

However, the Germany international somehow managed to claw the Arsenal striker’s effort to safety to prevent the Gunners from taking a vital lead in the Champions League clash.

Here is the best of the Twitter reaction from the professionals, past and present, in chronological order to Neuer’s save.

Former Liverpool and Bayern goalkeeper Pepe Reina is full of praise for his former team-mate:

West Brom shot stopper Ben Foster reckons the Arsenal attack should just give up after the stunning save:

Stoke City striker Peter Crouch pays Neuer the ultimate compliment:

Spurs legend Gary Lineker sees the funny side of Neuer’s save – unlike despairing Arsenal fans:

Finally, Jamie Carragher likens the Germany goalkeeper to an England legend after Neuer’s save:

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