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WATCH: Roy Keane Rips Into Arsenal After 5-1 Drubbing Against Bayern

Josh Lawless

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WATCH: Roy Keane Rips Into Arsenal After 5-1 Drubbing Against Bayern

When providing punditry and analysis on a game, Roy Keane is not one to sit there and utter a few football cliches.

The former Manchester United captain has no filter and lets it all out when he's in the zone - that was the case last night after Arsenal's humiliating 5-1 defeat at the hands of Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena.

The Gunners were 1-0 down when Arjen Robben curled in a stunning strike into the top corner 11 minutes in, but their fortunes looked to have changed in a promising spell to end the first-half - Alexis Sanchez seeing his penalty saved by Manuel Neuer but eventually knocking the ball into the bottom corner for the equaliser and what could have been a crucial away goal.

However, once captain Laurent Koscielny was forced off with a hamstring injury, Bayern ran riot and goals from Robert Lewandowski, Thiago Alcantara (2) and Thomas Muller left Arsenal embarrassed in Munich once again.

And during ITV's Champions League highlights show, Keane did not hold back in his analysis.

In typical Roy Keane fashion, he started off by saying that Arsenal only have two "decent players" and that the rest were average:

Continuing his comments, the former Sunderland and Ipswich boss laid into Kieran Gibbs, who had taken on the captaincy when Laurent Koscielny was forced off in the second half.

And finally the fiery Irishman had his say on Arsene Wenger:

Credit: ITV

What do you make of Keane's comments? Let us know your thoughts.

Topics: Arsene Wenger, Arsenal, Champions League, Roy Keane

Josh Lawless
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