So, Roy Keane…
Would you open your curtains to watch Liverpool yet…?!
The former Manchester United captain, failed coach and current ITV pundit looks a complete idiot today, following consistent criticism of Jurgen Klopp and his team earlier in the season.
After we beat Maribor 3-0 at Anfield, the Irishman suggested we were ‘going nowhere fast,’ and plagiarised Bill Shankly’s quote about not watching Everton if they were playing in his back garden.
Roy Keane "If Liverpool were playing in my back garden I wouldn't watch them" pic.twitter.com/pN6AzuzA8m
— BeanymanSports (@BeanymanSports) November 2, 2017
Then, a month later, after Liverpool had visibly improved and smashed Spartak Moscow 7-0, he simply claimed, ‘they’ve beat nobody,’ yet.
'Liverpool have beaten nobody yet' Roy Keane on the Reds' season so far.
— ITV Football (@itvfootball) December 6, 2017
Well, Roy – how about a 3-0 battering of Manchester City at Anfield; does that count?!
Last night, Liverpool produced a spellbinding 30 minute performance to blast Pep Guardiola’s side away in the first-half, before defending astutely in the second when Mo Salah went off injured.
It was the kind of performance he’d describe as a masterclass had United just displayed it, but that’s not going to happen in Europe anytime soon as they went out to Sevilla after parking the bus at Old Trafford.