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Roy Keane savages Tottenham again with brutal dig after Man United's FA Cup win over West Ham

Adnan Riaz

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Roy Keane savages Tottenham again with brutal dig after Man United's FA Cup win over West Ham

Manchester United legend Roy Keane aimed a cheeky dig at Tottenham after West Ham’s 3-1 FA Cup defeat at Old Trafford on Wednesday night.

David Moyes’ men stunned United early in the second half after Said Benrahma fired the Hammers into the lead in the fifth-round tie.

However, United rallied back and secured a crucial equaliser after Nayef Aguerd inadvertently fired his header past Alphonse Areola following a United corner.

Alejandro Garnacho’s sensational strike in the 90th minute put United into the lead before Fred scored the Red Devils’ third of the contest.



The Red Devils, who won the League Cup on Sunday, will now face Fulham in their FA Cup quarter-final clash at Old Trafford on 18th March.

Speaking after United’s win at Old Trafford, Keane launched a scathing attack on West Ham’s “shocking” defence and called them “absolutely useless.”

The Sky Sports pundit, who has previously mocked Tottenham, pulled no punches towards the “Spurs’ of this world” in his post-match analysis.


When asked if West Ham could have caused a stunning upset against United in the second half, Keane said on ITV: “No, it never happens, seen it all before.

“They come, they get a bit giddy, they have opportunities.

“Loads of teams, not just West Ham, the Spurs’ of this world, they come to Old Trafford, they have a little bit of possession, one or two chances, they’re all excited.


“They get plaudits, then they end up getting beaten.

“Defensively, West Ham were shocking, absolutely useless in the second half, giving up three goals.

“Give Man United all the credit, we knew there would be a reaction, we spoke about it at half-time, the really good teams find a way to win.

“That’s what they’ve done, set-piece delivery, we saw that at the weekend, contributions from subs, Fred scoring. No surprises with what we’ve seen tonight.


“I’ve seen it over the years, it’s laughable.”


Featured Image Credit: ITV/Alamy

Topics: Roy Keane, Manchester United, West Ham United, FA Cup, England, Football, Tottenham Hotspur

Adnan Riaz
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