'Listen...': Roy Keane absolutely slams Arsenal man for what happened post-match at Manchester United
Roy Keane was quick to slam Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta after the Arsenal boss bemoaned another VAR call after their loss at Manchester United.
United ran out 3-1 winners after a Marcus Rashford double and a debut goal for Antony ensured the Red Devils continued on their good run of form. For Arsenal, their unbeaten run came to an end although it could have been different had Gabi Martinelli’s first-half opener stood. The goal was chalked off after Christian Eriksen was adjudged to have been fouled.
However, while Arteta bemoaned the call after the game, former United skipper Keane was having none of it, insisting the Gunners boss is a sore loser.
“Listen I’m fed up of all their excuses already anyway, Arsenal. Arteta gets interviewed, listen, he’s a sore loser like us all. But he’s got to give a little bit of credit to United,” Keane said on Sky Sports.
“He never does, every time he loses a game it’s about what they didn’t do properly or the officials. Stop making excuses. You’ve done ok, take your plaudits, but give me the three points any day of the week.”
TBR’s View: Arteta Well Beaten
In the end, United deserved this win as Arsenal couldn’t build on a promising few spells in the game. Sure, the goal was harshly ruled out but Arteta would have wanted a foul the other way around.
Keane is right here. Arteta needs to get on with it and stop complaining. United were the better side over 90 minutes and more clinical when it mattered. And at the end of the day, that is all that matters.
Arsenal will do well to not let this game rule their heads in their next fixture.
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