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Roy Keane ruthlessly hits out at 'absolutely bloody rubbish' from Erik ten Hag's post-match interview

Nasir Jabbar

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Roy Keane ruthlessly hits out at 'absolutely bloody rubbish' from Erik ten Hag's post-match interview

Roy Keane was left unimpressed with Erik ten Hag's comments following Manchester United's big win over Everton.

Man United easily beat Everton on Sunday as they ran out 3-0 winners at Goodison Park.

Alejandro Garnacho scored a 'goal of the season' contender following his outrageous overhead kick in the third minute of the game.

Marcus Rashford doubled his side's lead when Bruno Fernandes handed him the ball to convert from the spot.

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Anthony Martial added a third 15 minutes from time.

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Speaking after the result, Ten Hag applauded Fernandes for allowing Rashford to get on the score-sheet.

"You see also how great [a] captain Bruno is," he said.

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"See, feel, assess that your team-mate needed that goal. He has the confidence in Rashy, who is a good penalty taker. As a team you need that leadership that you back each other. We have to go step by step. This is one step."

However, Ten Hag's praise for his captain didn't go down well with Keane, who slammed the Dutchman's post-match comments.

The former Man United skipper, who was in the Sky Sports studio as a pundit, fumed: "He's giving toffee out there to Bruno for passing on the ball for the penalty - absolute bloody rubbish, absolute rubbish coming out with that."


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Keane added: "Man Utd are sixth now. If they were sixth a few years back you’d be embarrassed, but obviously they seem happy with sixth. They have a long way to go to compete with the best teams, City, Liverpool, Arsenal.

"And obviously you've got teams like Spurs, obviously Villa, and of course Newcastle. They go to Newcastle next week. We’ll see what United turns up, because that's what they're supposed to do, turn up for the big games."

Man United now have 24 points on the board, having recorded their eighth league win of the season.

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Ten Hag's team are on a three-game winning streak in the Premier League following their victories over Fulham, Luton Town and, of course, Everton.

Featured Image Credit: Sky Sports

Topics: Roy Keane, Erik Ten Hag, Manchester United, Football

Nasir Jabbar
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