The Manchester United’s legendary Roy Keane succeeded in making mockery of himself after his praise-showering exercise on the media over Manager Jurgen Kloop and Liverpool’s win against the English giants Manchester City. Fans of ‘The Reds’ took no time to serve him a cold retort and comeback, taking him back to the troll he made on Liverpool after the Manchester United 2-1 win against the team.
Roy Keane said these in his statements: “The defence was always a big concern for me early in the season. When you look at some of the performances away from home at Man City (lost 5-0) and at Spurs (lost 4-1) you just felt they were going to concede, especially against the bigger teams.
“But they’ve improved over the last few months. With the signing [van Dijk] they’ve got a settle back four, Robertson’s come in and he’s done really well.
“He’s [Klopp] obviously sticking with the same goalkeeper now, a lot of confidence in the back four and the players deserve huge credit.
“You look at the start of the campaign, they had an easy group. Then we questioned how strong Porto were, but now they have beaten Man City teams will have to take them seriously because of the goals they are getting.
“I still think if you are in the Liverpool camp, you will want to avoid Real Madrid.”
Owing to his previous comments and shades thrown at Liverpool by the United’s Star, his social media praises on the team on their 2-1 win against Manchester City attracted a lot of reactions and bashes from fans who made a mockery of him and still reiterated their disdain and skepticisms about the football star.
Here are some of the really funny reactions by some of the club’s (The Reds) fans:
“I wonder if Roy Keane would watch Liverpool in his backyard now.”
Another added: “It pains Roy Keane to see Liverpool do well.”
The sides remaining to play the Champions League semi-finals are Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Sevilla and Liverpool. The team to play against Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool in the semi-finals will be made known on Friday and until then, Good luck to Jurgen Klopp and the other Managers and their teams.