Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane was left bemused by the tepid nature of Saturday’s goalless Manchester derby and criticized players from both teams for their display of camaraderie after the game.
With no fans inside a chilly Old Trafford due to COVID-19 restrictions, the passion and energy normally associated with the Manchester derby were absent, with both teams sharing the spoils after United had a penalty award overturned by VAR.
“The game was really poor. Looking at the teams, they have to show the desire to win the game,” Keane, the catalyst for many of United’s fiery derbies during his 12 years at the club, told Sky Sports.
“We got two bookings in a derby. I’ve never seen so many hugs and chats after the game. I’m scratching my head. I’m really frustrated.
“At the end, the staff are smiling…