Roy Keane criticized the players of Manchester United and Manchester City for their lack of passion during the city derby – being irritated by the exposed hugs of the players after the match.
The two teams met at Old Trafford after playing in the Champions League in midweek and ended in a 0-0 draw.
After the match, England team-mates Harry Maguire and John Stones hugged each other just like coaches Michael Carrick and Pep Guardiola.
Everyone seemed to go home happy. With the exception of United legend, Roy Keane, who was irritated by the gestures of rivals.
“We have made two reservations for a derby game, but I have never seen so many hugs and conversations after the game. “It’s a derby game!” The former United captain initially told Sky Sports.
“I am scratching my head, I am really irritated. You have to go and find a way to win a football game. “You should not accept draws.”
“People say ‘it’s a derby’ and I hear John Stones ‘Oh, it’s a match with an untouched goal’ and blah-blah-blah.”
“At the end of the game, the staff, smiling, hugging, the players talking to each other. “I do not understand.”
“Everyone wants to be friends with each other and be known, but when you play with these clubs – especially Man United – you have to win football matches, not to be friends with everyone.”
“But the lack of quality and the final product from both teams was really disappointing,” Keane concluded. / Telegraph /