Shocking, awful, no quality. Good heavens, Arsenal ‘: Roy Keane plays in Gunners after poor performance against struggling Fulham as they need a 97-minute equalizer to save a point
- Eddie Nketiah scored in stoppage time to give Arsenal a 1-1 draw with Fulham
- Roy Keane was not impressed with the screenings of both sides at Emirates
- The former midfielder said Fulham was ‘terrible’ and said ‘God help Arsenal’
Roy Keane gave a scathing assessment to Arsenal after their lackluster 1–1 draw with Fulham.
Eddie Nketiah scored in the sixth minute of extra time to save a point for the Gunners, who appeared to hand the Cottagers their first win in six.
But despite managing to avoid defeat, Keane was highly critical of Mikel Arteta’s squad, saying they lacked even more quality than Fulham.
Roy Keane gave a scathing assessment to Arsenal after their 1–1 draw against Fulham
Eddie Nketiah scored in extra time to save a run against the relegation-bound side
At half time, with the scores still 0-0, Keane’s opinion of the game so far was: “Awful. It has been awful. No quality, decision making. Players simply kick the ball out of play. Players who kick the ball to the wrong side. Horrible. ‘
And after the game, despite seeing two more goals to cheer him up, his opinion of both sides wasn’t much better.
‘I didn’t think Fulham deserved too much more from the game. They were poor, they fight for their lives, ”Keane told Sky Sports.
Josh Maja had put Cottagers ahead in the second half in a ray of hope for the wrestlers
‘But it was terrible due to the lack of quality of both teams. Arsenal was worse. God help Arsenal move forward.
‘I found them shocking, terrible, without quality. Good heavens, Arsenal. ‘
The result kept Arsenal in ninth place, three points behind Everton, with little hope of European qualification in the league this season.
However, the late goal almost condemned Fulham for the drop, with Scott Parker’s side six points out of safety.
Keane said ‘God help Arsenal move forward’ after their uninspiring showing in the Emirates