Manchester United fans were missing Roy Keane in their team’s humiliation at the hands of Tottenham Hotspur.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men were thrashed 6-1 by Spurs as Jose Mourinho enjoyed his return to Old Trafford.
It all started so well for United as Bruno Fernandes put them into an early lead from the penalty spot. But it was downhill from there as the visitors came roaring back.
To make matters worse, the hosts had Anthony Martial sent off in the first half. Tottenham took full advantage, leaving United fans fuming.
Outspoken club legend Keane is never one to mince his words but was not on duty in the Sky Sports studio to share his thoughts on this occasion – unfortunately or fortunately depending on your point of view.
Plenty of United fans would have liked to hear from him. Here’s what some had to say on Twitter.
Rob Peters: Sky Sports need to get Roy Keane on a zoom call for the post-match analysis. He’d be box office talking about this United performance.
@jackkutd: The worst thing about this game is that Roy Keane isn’t in the studio.
@siddkhastgir: Can we please unleash Roy Keane into the #MUFC dressing room after this match…
@HeathJD_: If Roy Keane was in that studio today you would’ve witnessed the most box office TV of all time.
@TykieKyle: Need to see what Roy Keane is saying right now.
@Priskilla1807: Get me Roy Keane ASAP!
@_zolutho: I remember when Roy Keane compared these players to leopards and how they won’t change their spots. Just like Mourinho they’ll throw Ole under the bus with performances like today. He was spot on!!!
@sadiqfarooq: Honeymoon period is over for Ole as stated by Roy Keane.
@JonathanMortim9: This is excruciating to watch #MUFC – I hope Roy Keane isn’t in the vicinity of OT, I’d fear for the safety of Maguire…
@OffTheBallLive: Sky have missed a trick by not having Roy Keane in the studio. Christ that would be carnage.
@Doublewithice: I wish Roy Keane was in the Sky studio today. Lol.
@iamaffiya: FUMING MORE THAN ROY KEANE TODAY!!!
@Enigmahimovic: They should send a taxi for Roy Keane and get him in the studio for the post match analysis.