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A Frustrated Roy Keane Says 'I Give Up' In Passionate Rant After Man Utd Performance Against City

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A Frustrated Roy Keane Says 'I Give Up' In Passionate Rant After Man Utd Performance Against City

Roy Keane believes if Manchester United "don't do something drastic" then they will concede another four or five goals against Manchester City at Old Trafford.

In a passionate rant alongside fellow pundits Graeme Souness and Micah Richards, the former United midfielder couldn't hide his frustration.

"These are international footballers," he begun. "I can't understand the defending. I give up.

"I'm driving down here thinking 'oh Manchester United will have their chances, they're at home' but no, they've been like this all season. Giving up chances.

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"And City got a little bit arrogant and gave them one or two chances. It's two at the moment and unless United do something drastic, It will be another four or five."

To be fair, Keane certainly had his doubts ahead of kick-off.

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It was a torrid first-half performance from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side. In all honestly, they were lucky to go into the half-time break at 2-0 down.

Eric Bailly scored a comical own goal in the opening minutes to give City the lead and after spells of domination throughout, Bernardo Silva made it two just before the half-time whistle.

Thoughts on United's form under Solskjaer? Is he the right man to take them forward?

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Let us know in the comments.

Featured Image Credit: Sky Sports

Topics: Manchester City, Football, Manchester United, Premier League, Roy Keane

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