Patrice Evra Couldn't Help But Laugh At Roy Keane's Ranting
Roy Keane might have been the angriest man on the planet on Friday night but his fellow pundit Patrice Evra couldn't help but find the whole thing amusing.
Former Manchester United captain Keane was on the warpath after David de Gea's poor goalkeeping led to Spurs' taking the lead against United on Friday.
At half time the Irishman couldn't be stopped from ranting about the keeper and he continued after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer stood up for the Spaniard in the post match interview.
This time Keane made a comment about the ball always moving once it had been kicked and Evra couldn't help but burst out laughing, even bringing a smirk from his fellow United alumni.
:speaking_head: "I'm always intrigued when people say the ball moved, If you kick the ball, you know it's going to move "- Football Daily (@footballdaily) June 19, 2020
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The mistake, which was preceded by an error from Luke Shaw and Harry Maguire being unable to keep pace with Steven Bergwijn, led to the Dutchman opening the scoring for Spurs.
De Gea made amends minutes later with a good save from a header inside the box and went generally untested after that.
At the break Keane, whose time at Old Trafford was ended due to a rant about teammates on MUTV, claimed he'd have been throwing punches in the dressing room at the break and said the former Atletico Madrid keeper was the 'most overrated goalkeeper he'd seen in a long time.'
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United were saved late on in the game by the combination of Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes, a midfield pairing many fans would have wanted from kick off.
The Frenchman, on as a second half substitute, was fouled by Eric Dier in the box, a decision Jose Mourinho wasn't happy with, before Fernandes scored his third goal for United since joining the club in January.
What did you make of both decisions where Manchester United were awarded a penalty by Jon Moss in tonight's match?- Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) June 19, 2020
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Whilst Keane wasn't too bothered in the Sky Sports studio with his colleagues laughter he did bring up an issue with Jack Grealish, and the Aston Villa midfielder's laughter.
Talking about the potential Manchester United target's attitude during Villa's 1-1 draw with Sheffield United on Wednesday, Keane said, "Every time I looked at Grealish he was laughing. Listen do you know what's at stake here? And perhaps because the supporters weren't there they felt the result didn't matter. Of course it matters, your career is at stake here."
This is what happens when Keane is locked in his own house for three months, the rage only intensifies. Is anyone safe?
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