‘I used to dance like that after a load of Bacardi and Coke!’: Roy Keane wasn’t impressed with Jesse Lingard’s goal celebration, but praises ‘good pro’ for staying fit in Man United exile after more West Ham heroics
Roy Keane praised Jesse Lingard’s professionalism after another sparkling offensive performance for West Ham, but jokingly criticized his goal celebration.
Lingard scored a double against Leicester in the first half to continue his excellent form and help his side to a 3-2 victory, having scored eight goals since moving from Manchester United in January.
The Red Devils midfielder has also made his way back to England after a two-year international exile following his strong Hammers performance.
Pundit Roy Keane praised West Ham midfielder Jesse Lingard for his professionalism and drive, but jokingly criticized his goal celebration on Sunday afternoon.
The loan man from Manchester United (right) scored two goals against Leicester in the first half
However, United legend Keane gave Lingard’s opening goal a 1/10 rating, but praised him for keeping himself in good shape while out of the first-team picture at Old Trafford.
“Thanks to West Ham and Jesse Lingard, he’s been excellent,” he said Sky Sports‘What I credit Jesse for is that he shows up at United without much football.
“He clearly kept himself in shape, which is a sign of a good pro. He might have kept his eye off the ball off the field, but he always had that talent and it’s great to see it.
Manchester United icon Roy Keane praised him for hitting the ground at the Hammers
David Moyes’ team blew the Foxes away with three goals in the first 48 minutes of the game
It’s 1/10 (for the Lingard celebration). I did this dance before, usually after a load of bacardi and coke! ‘
Fellow expert Micah Richards added: “That man Jesse Lingard again. He seems to be everywhere, always in the right place at the right time. The timing of his runs, it’s a beautiful finish, ‘while Jamie Redknapp called him a’ man on fire ‘.
The 3-2 win over Leicester saw David Moyes’ side overtake Liverpool and Chelsea, moving one point and one place behind the Foxes to third with seven league games to go this season.