Manchester United legends Roy Keane and Gary Neville were indulged in a heated debate regarding Cristiano Ronaldo and his future at Manchester United under Erik ten Hag after Chelsea’s draw with the Red Devils at Stamford Bridge on Saturday evening.
In the intense encounter, Manchester United finally found the courage to fight back in the dying moments of the match. Casemiro’s excellent header was the decisive factor in the fate between the Blues vs. the Red Devils.
Erik ten Hag’s side went down in the 87th minute after Italy International Jorginho scored a sublime Penalty. Graham Potter’s Chelsea was awarded the Penalty kick because of an absurd tackle by Brazilian midfielder Fred.
Luke Shaw managed to find the former Real Madrid midfielder in the Penalty box and Casemiro’s bullet header somehow stunned Chelsea Shot stopper Kepa Arrizabalaga for a minute, however, he reacted quickly. But it was late as VAR confirmed the goal.
What do Roy Keane and Gary Neville have to say about Manchester United and Cristiano Ronaldo?
Talking about the match and Cristiano Ronaldo’s situation at Old Trafford, Roy Keane and Gary Neville got up a heated debate. Cristiano Ronaldo’s absence from the match was a hot topic for the Pundits.
“Roy, there’s not many Manchester United fans who would have Cristiano Ronaldo in the starting XI.” Gary Neville said. Keane then aimed at United’s supporters, saying: “I couldn’t care less what fans think. I couldn’t care less. A lot of the fans haven’t got a clue what’s going on.”
Neville hit back, continuing: “They score more goals without him and they get more points without him. That’s a fact. He’s coming to the end of his career and Manchester United are a better team without him. He’s just got to get used to it or leave.”
Keane responded: “That’s fine. If you feel you’re being treated unfairly, which he obviously thinks, there’s arguments for and against.”