Keane reveals the player looked like he drank before the game against Everton

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Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has hit out at a Manchester United player for looking like someone who drank. Before the UFABET game in their FA Cup win over Everton last night.

   Roy Keane blamed Manchester United’s David de Gea for their mistake against Everton and says the goalkeeper. The Spaniard made a first-half mistake that led to the visit of the Toffees. While Manchester United legend Keane compared him to a sitcom character. Medieval Carry On

Keane reveals the player looked like he drank before the game against Everton

Everton ‘s equalizer goal came at a time when Amadou Onana beat Casemiro before flowing for Neil Mopay to cross the first post. The ball went through David De Gea’s leg before it was Conor Coady ran Diogo Dalot into the spotlight as United conceded for the first time since November. “It was a shocking mistake,” Keane told ITV at halftime. “It’s like carry on football. It looks like he just drank a little. Shocking mistake. It was almost as if the goalkeeper had been sent off and the outfield players were at goal. He didn’t know what to do. This is a terrible mistake.”

Keane compared De Gea ‘s mistakes to British comedies ‘Carry On’ , but Keane wasn’t the only expert on de Gea’s mistakes last night. January 2023) ITV’s ITV analyst Ian Wright said: ” We’re talking about a goalkeeper who recently He is one of the best with his feet. I don’t know what happened there.”

        ITV ‘s match commentator Lee Dixon also looked at De Gea’s mistake, adding: “I can’t believe what I saw.” that I’m not sure where he thinks the ball is going ′′ ′′ What is he doing there? He tried to let it go for a goal kick, I don’t know…I couldn’t believe what I just saw. but on that occasion Just put on your gloves!”

        Former Everton defender Alan Stubbs told BBC Radio Merseyside : “It was De Gea’s mistake after a harmless ball from Maupay . No response and the ball passes through his legs. And Coady was there. It was a shocking mistake by David de Gea.” Kevin Campbell also told BBC Radio 5 Live that De Gea ‘could have done better’. Such a mistake on social media. Some said the 32-year-old was ‘done’.