Roy Keane rips into ‘DREADFUL’ Fred, says he expected to miss the open goal he scored

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Roy Keane rips into ‘DREADFUL’ Fred, saying he expected to miss the open goal he scored in the Spurs win … as the Manchester United star celebrates ending a run of 73 shots without the back of find the net

  • Roy Keane gave a scathing assessment of Fred’s performance against Spurs
  • The Sky Sports pundit said the Manchester United midfielder was ‘terrible’
  • He didn’t understand why people praised him after their 3-1 win
  • Keane said Fred’s goal was the only satisfying part of his performance

Roy Keane gave a scathing assessment of Fred’s performance against Tottenham on Sunday night.

The Sky Sports pundit said the Manchester United midfielder was ‘terrible’ and he didn’t understand why people praised him after their 3-1 win.

Keane attributed United “ good pairing play ” but said Fred’s goal was the only satisfying part of his performance and that he actually thought he was going to miss it.

Roy Keane gave a scathing assessment of Fred's performance against Tottenham on Sunday

Roy Keane gave a scathing assessment of Fred’s performance against Tottenham on Sunday

After the game, Keane said: ‘Fred scored just as well because I hated him, I don’t know what people are talking about.

‘But again a well-connected game from United, they are good at that. One-two in and around sixteen, poorly defending from Tottenham and Fred on the spot.

‘I thought he was [Fred] would even miss that [goal], but enjoy playing. ‘

The Sky Sports pundit said the Manchester United midfielder was 'terrible' in their win

The Sky Sports pundit said the Manchester United midfielder was 'terrible' in their win

The Sky Sports pundit said the Manchester United midfielder was ‘terrible’ in their win

Keane said Fred's goal in their 3-1 win was the only satisfying part of his performance

Keane said Fred's goal in their 3-1 win was the only satisfying part of his performance

Keane said Fred’s goal in their 3-1 win was the only satisfying part of his performance

Fred’s goal brought Manchester United back into the game after losing 1-0 following a controversial VAR decision.

Edinson Cavani thought he’d put United ahead before half time when he held on to Paul Pogba’s pass and slid past Hugo Lloris to make it 1-0.

However, the goal was quashed after a VAR assessment, as Scott McTominay’s hand in the build-up had made contact with Son Heung-min’s face.

Son added worse to his injury by scoring moments after the decision, giving Tottenham the advantage.

Fred ensured that United would score the all-important tying run just 17 minutes later to tie the score.

United won the game 3-1 after adding Cavani and Mason Greenwood to the count.

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