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Thank God — Roy Keane Reacts To Manchester United Defeat



Thank God-- Roy Keane Reacts To Manchester United Defeat

Manchester United legend Roy Keane has heavily criticized the club’s senior players after their humiliating 7-0 defeat to Liverpool on Saturday. The Red Devils were thrashed by Jurgen Klopp’s side, who recorded their biggest ever competitive win against Manchester United.

The result saw Manchester United suffer their joint-heaviest ever competitive defeat, equaling 7-0 losses to Wolves in 1931, Aston Villa in 1930 and Blackburn in 1926. The defeat has led to criticism from fans and pundits alike, with Keane being the latest to condemn United’s performance.

Speaking to Sky Sports, Keane said, “If I got beat 6-0 or 7-0, I’d go into hiding. I’d go missing for a few months. It really is that embarrassing. A shocking day. The goal just after half time, it was game over.”

Keane went on to criticize the senior players, accusing them of not showing any leadership skills and letting the club down. He said, “The senior players were embarrassing, didn’t show any leadership skills. The goals they gave away were shocking. A tough day for United.”

The former United midfielder also expressed relief that he was never part of a team that suffered such a heavy defeat while playing for the club. “Thank god I’ve never been part of a team that’s been beaten by that much playing for Man United,” he said.

The defeat to Liverpool is a major setback for Manchester United, who had been enjoying a strong run of form in recent weeks. The club had won their previous four Premier League matches, scoring 12 goals in the process.

However, the defeat at Anfield highlights the issues that still exist within the team. United are currently in seventh place in the Premier League, six points behind fourth-placed Arsenal.

The defeat will also put pressure on United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who has already faced criticism from some sections of the fanbase this season. The Norwegian will need to find a way to get his team back on track quickly if United are to challenge for a top-four finish this season.