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Roy Keane And Jamie Carragher Went At On Sky Sports And Viewers Didn't Want The Programme To End

Roy Keane And Jamie Carragher Went At On Sky Sports And Viewers Didn't Want The Programme To End

Roy Keane and Jamie Carragher produced complete and utter gold on Sky Sports.

Roy Keane and Jamie Carragher went at it at the end of Sky Sports' Super Sunday and it made for fantastic entertainment.

Carragher had been on co-commentary duty alongside Martin Tyler for Chelsea's 1-1 draw with Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.

He then joined Keane and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink in the studio and things got very spicy when the two started going back and forth over Cristiano Ronaldo and his role at United.

The pair have heated debates before on Sky Sports programming but today's was absolute box office and it was a pity it had to come to an abrupt end when the coverage finished.

The argument lasted more than five minutes and was basically revolving around whether United made the right call in bringing Ronaldo back to the club at the age of 36.

Hasselbaink was sat in the middle of the duo and his facial expressions were absolutely hilarious throughout as voices got raised.

Gary Neville had a weekend off but the former United skipper posted a video him laughing at his fellow pundits having a difference of opinion.

Ronaldo, who has 10 goals in 14 appearances in his second stint at Old Trafford, was dropped by caretaker boss Michael Carrick and headed straight down the tunnel at the final whistle.

Keane, meanwhile was his usual self during his latest punditry appearance.

Prior to the game he accused United players of throwing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer under the bus and said his former club were "never gonna" offer him the interim position.

Then, post-match, his blood start boiling with Carrick's post-match interview - with Keane saying he "disagreed with everything" the ex midfielder said to Patrick Davison from his thoughts on the team's pressing to the penalty awarded for Chelsea's leveller.

Next up for United is a clash with Arsenal on Thursday in what could be Ralf Rangnick's first game as manager.

Featured Image Credit: Image: Sky Sports

Topics: Roy Keane, Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher, Sky Sports, Manchester United