The ex-Liverpool defender had a classic response to the Senegalese's extraordinary rant.
The Senegalese, who has butted heads with the defender-turned-pundit on several occasions in the past over claims of the forward's bad attitude, called Carragher "a f****** loser" for criticising his attitude.
Diouf also claimed that the difference between himself and the former England international is that "I am a world-class player and he is a s***".
However, Carragher had a suggestion for another thing that separates the controversial forward and himself, and aired his response for all to see on Twitter.
The other big difference is he's scored less goals for LFC in the Premier League than me! (Not counting OG's!!) https://t.co/dwEA56c7NA— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) February 25, 2016
He's right, too. The self-professed "world-class" attacker netted just six times in his 79 appearances for the Reds between 2002 and 2004, of which just three came in the Premier League.
In fact, the 35-year-old failed to register a single strike in any competition in his second season at Anfield, after which he was passed on to Bolton Wanderers.
Meanwhile, though Carragher, as he light-heartedly pointed out himself, developed a reputation for being lethal in front of his own net, even without his even own-goals he still got his name on the scoresheet more times from centre-back than the £10 million forward managed on Merseyside.
The former defender netted four times in the Premier League for Liverpool during his 16-year professional career, besting Diouf's tally by one.