Neville's primal orgasmic scream.
When Torres went clean through with seconds to go in last nights Barcelona V Chelsea semi final was something to witness and the unexpected highlight of the match.
His unadulterated pleasure at seeing a fellow professional, who has been hung drawn and quartered in the press, redeem himself so unequivocally was sporting television at its finest.
When he used to play for Manchester United he was despised by Liverpool supporters for his outspoken views, maintaining a running battle with reds supporters and culminating in him kissing the badge in front of the Kop and nearly causing a full blown riot.
Neville is a hated figure on the red half of Merseyside but his witty analysis and human touch are winning him new friends.
It's water under the bridge now anyway.
Whilst I still won't buy the Sun newspaper for its despicable portrayal of Liverpool supporters post Hillsborough. I can forgive Neville his worst excesses as a United player.
He is only showing passion after all and Reds fans would be the first to admit that we could do with some of that at the moment.
And anyway as we grow up, mellow out and mature we stop reading comics and start to listen to Henry Winter and Patrick Barclay pontificate on football matters.
The Sun only exists as a constant reminder of the depths un researched journalism can plumb.
A few weeks ago I was watching sky TV when Neville described some players as having a "Right Beano".
I think what he meant was they were out partying and generally having a good time instead of being model professionals.
But "having a Beano" seems to me the ideal description for having a good time.
Neville's style is far more preferable to his predecessor Andy Gray who would have been telling Torres to "take a bow son" in that ingratiating way of his.
Whatever did happen to Keys and Grays on tour?
Neville is learning his trade and taking good advice. He shaved off his stupid moustache and looks the better for it.
Sports commentary needs people commentating who are passionate and articulate.
Shearer is passionate although sometimes you think he daren't show it and as for articulate?
Lawrenson is passionate but he is too often highlighting the negative and that really gets on your tits just like Jonathon Davies with his constant whining on the Welsh Rugby Team.
Martyn Tyler absolutely drives you up the wall with his incessant chatter about nothing in particular and for my money Jonathon Pierce is the best now he has calmed down from his shouting days and doesn't have to draw attention to himself all of the time.
Yes, Gary Neville has a long way to go in punditry terms but passion, articulation and a sprinkling of humour are all of the ingredients required.