Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hits back at Roy Keane’s rant on Man Utd goalkeeper David de Gea


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer defended David de Gea with an astonishing explosion after Roy Keane labeled of Manchester United, the “over-rated” goalkeeper. The ex-Red Devil skipper rushed to De Gea for not having to keep out of Steven Bergwijn’s 27-minute opening. Bruno Fernandes equalizes on the spot nine minutes long.

Solskjaer said, “David is really good. Roy has been a great midfielder and a good friend of mine.

“But I’m not sure he stopped it either. David was a little disappointed, but the ball is moving through the air. We reacted well. ”

With United 1-0 down at halftime, furious Keane said: “De Gea is the most overrated goalkeeper I have seen in a long time.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insisted on his side of Manchester United, reacted well on the go, a goal in the first half hour

“I am sick when this goalkeeper dies. I would like to fly at halftime. I would swing punches at the man. It’s a backup standard for a standard, international goalkeeper. I am flabbergasted. ”

Bergwijn spun England defender Harry Maguire to the ram of his effort through De Gea arm.

Keane added, “You have to flex your muscles. Maguire and De Gea, I wouldn’t even leave them on the bus after the game. Get a taxi back to Manchester.

“These are established international players. We are trying to make it into the top four. Shocking.

Roy Keane said he was “disgusted” with Tottenham opens

“I am disgusted with it. They must bow their heads in shame. ”

Fernandes reported after Eric Dier brought back the second half to replace Paul Pogba.

The draw foiled Jose Mourinho, his takeover offer inside a United fifth placed point. Instead, he continued the Spurs ‘worst-performing run of the entire career with five losses and two draws from North Londoners’ last Sept.

Tottenham would have even been stripped of all three VAR points had it not canceled a late penalty from referee Jon Moss who mistakenly believed that Eric Dier had hooked Bruno Fernandes.

Mourinho, who insisted the earlier penalty was sweet, said afterwards: “We know that Manchester United have had an incredible record of sanctions this season.

“So we knew we had to be very, very careful. We knew we had to block shots with the hands behind the body.

“But in the first penalty, referee Jonathan Moss made his first decision and the referees can make mistakes. But VAR shouldn’t make mistakes.

Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho was “upset” with the VAR on the two of the second half of the penalty decisions

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“The second penalty is incredible for me. This is a situation in the area where I feel when the VAR, calls for simulation purposes, immediately, the player should be exposed and get a yellow card.

“It didn’t happen. So I really feel angry at these two decisions. ”

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