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Roy Keane slates post-match chat between Pep Guardiola and Erling Haaland after Man Utd win

Roy Keane slates post-match chat between Pep Guardiola and Erling Haaland after Man Utd win

The former Manchester United midfielder wasn't having any of it.

Roy Keane has slammed Pep Guardiola for his post-match chat with Erling Haaland following their win over Manchester United.

City ran out 3-0 winners at Old Trafford thanks to goals from Erling Haaland and Phil Foden.

Indeed, it could have been more had Andre Onana not been so sharp in goal, denying Haaland on a couple of occasions.

Moments before the half-time whistle, you would have bet your house on Haaland scoring with his head, but the Red Devils keeper denied him with a superb save.

Haaland had a similar opportunity in the second half after Bernardo Silva chipped it to him at the back post and this time, the Norwegian made no mistake, planting a looping header into the back of the net.

Haaland could be seen chatting to Guardiola about the two incidents as they walked off the pitch at full-time, with the City boss animated as ever.

However, back in the studio, Keane reckoned it was "all for show", and that they should be having those conversations behind closed doors.

Speaking on Sky Sports, the former United midfielder exclaimed: "It's all for show. They can have that chat in the dressing room, what's the big deal?

"It was a lovely header, but you don't need to be on the pitch talking about it for five minutes. Get down the tunnel, enjoy your victory."

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Topics: Roy Keane, Manchester City, Manchester United, Pep Guardiola, Erling Haaland, Sky Sports