Roy Keane criticizes woeful Man United after being thrashed by City, saying it’s a long road for the players

ROY KEANE criticized Manchester United after their humiliating derby defeat to Manchester City.

A brace from Erling Haaland and an effort from Phil Foden gave City a 3-0 win at Old Trafford.

Roy Keane criticized Manchester United after derby defeat


Roy Keane criticized Manchester United after derby defeat
The Red Devils were outplayed at Old Trafford


The Red Devils were outplayed at Old TraffordPhoto credit: Getty

United offered very little and were once again outplayed by Pep Guardiola’s side and they have now lost five of their 10 Premier League games this season.

Red Devils legend Keane spoke sharply after the final whistle, warning that there was still a long way to go for Erik ten Hag’s team.

He said on Sky Sports: “They only play with United now. There are different levels now.”

“It’s almost, I wouldn’t say embarrassing, I feel for the United players. They are weak in every way – technically, tactically, worryingly even physically.”

“Many thanks to City, they are an outstanding team. United, where do you start and where do you end? It’s a long road for this team.”

Things could have been worse for United but Antony escaped a red card despite lashing out at Jeremy Doku.

The City winger evaded a tackle from Antony with cheeky skill, causing the Brazilian to swing his leg towards him without attempting to win the ball.

Doku reacted angrily and a scuffle broke out, with referee Paul Tierney showing Antony a yellow card.


Antony came on as a substitute in the 86th minute but cut a frustrated figure on the bench when Ten Hag decided not to substitute him for Rasmus Hojlund early in the game.

The 23-year-old shook his head after Sergio Reguillon took his place as striker.

Chris Estrada

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