Roy Keane tore into Man United after their abysmal performance against Man City on derby day.
“Everyone’s got a plan before the game but it’s when the referee blows the whistle. To be fair to Pep, he had that message at the start, it’s about the players, smelling moments, reacting to something but Man United had an experienced team out there, we were talking about how many players they were missing.
“The one word you always use with Man City, whoever comes into the team, it’s pure quality. Their decision-making, they have time on the ball.
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“United were all over the place and the goals they’re giving away then you hoping your goalkeeper might make a save. I can’t imagine going into a dressing room at a club like Man United and at half-time, you’re 4-0 down, it’ll be bizarre.
“They must be getting used to it because they done it at Brentford. The manager must be scratching his head thinking ‘we’ve made progress after the last four games’ – this is a huge setback.”