David de Gea’s invites a devastating response from Roy Keane

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Roy Keane, Irish football pundit, and former manager take a dig on Manchester United’s David de Gea, as he commits a terrific mistake. Keane didn’t take a second thought to criticize the United goalkeeper David de Gea post his mistake against Everton.

De Gea gave the hosts a goal with his first involvement in three minutes, investing too much time on the ball before Dominic Calvert-Lewin blocked his any chance of clearance into the net.

While Keane, the former United captain now is a part of Sky Sports as a pundit on opened up about how he would’ve reacted if he was present in the dressing room at half-time.


“I’d kill him,” he said.

“He just takes too long. What is he waiting for? If you’re going to make a decision, at least do it quickly.

“These are huge moments for United, in terms of trying to get in the top four. I think there’s almost a bit of arrogance to it – ‘look at me, give me time’. They almost think they’re outfield players.

“I would’ve lynched him at half-time. I’d have no time for that carry-on. I know keepers can make mistakes, but there’s no excuse for that.”

The errors prove out to be more worrisome when there is a realization that this is there has already been a lot of instances of the same mistakes. As per the record, David De Gea ranks at the top of the list for the most number of errors leading directly to a goal since the beginning of the 2018/19 Premier League season.

His overall seven errors make him joint-first in the ranking alongside Newcastle’s Martin Dubravka, Bernd Leno, the Arsenal keeper, and Everton’s Jordan Pickford.

However, Bruno Fernandes equalized for the United due to a mistake from Pickford at the other end, and Keane was not about to forget.

I don’t need to see the stats, I know he’s not a good goalkeeper,” he added.