The Manchester United legend is known for his notoriously fiery temper, but even he couldn’t find fault with the Red Devils’ recent dismal performance
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Jurgen Klopps The Reds’ side ramped up against Ralf Rangnick’s men, putting four past them with no response as they exposed the gap in quality between the two teams. Luis Diaz opened the scoring Mohammed Salah finished his mini First League Drought with one second within the first half hour.
The second half started a little slower from Liverpool’s point of view, but quickly picked up speed sadio mane made the third goal when Salah scored his second goal with less than 10 minutes to go to seal the 4-0 line. United missed a chance to level on points with fourth-placed Spurs after the dismal performance.
Instead, Rangnick’s men now sit in sixth place First League been skipped arsenal who played two games less and now have a better goal difference. Keane explained that the predominant emotion at full-time was sadness rather than anger.
“I think it was anger at the beginning of the season, now I think it’s just sadness. If you look at the team today, there was no heart, soul, leaders,” the Irishman told Sky Sports. “There is chaos at this football club, from top to bottom. The fans don’t have time for the owners. They want new owners, a new manager and new players.”
Keane went on to explain how far United have fallen since he last donned the famous red shirt and questioned the values of today’s squad members.
“It’s so sad to see because it’s not the club I played for. It’s not what Manchester United stood when I played for them, it’s only chalk and cheese. I don’t see a Manchester United team out there fighting or playing with pride.”
Keane elaborated further on the talent gap between the bitter rivals and admitted United are worlds apart from their Merseyside counterparts. A number of United players are already being touted with the exit door as the summer transfer window approaches, including Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard – who have both played against Liverpool.
“They lacked the quality, they were so far away. Look at the Manchester United fans, they don’t look surprised from the goal line. They kept going until the end but you felt like Liverpool could score whenever they wanted when they wanted.” went forward.”
https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/manutd-liverpool-roy-keane-sadness-26749568 Roy Keane can't even muster any anger as he admits he's sad to see Liverpool beat Man Utd