As “brain dead” Harry Maguire was sent out for Man Utd, Roy Keane proved correct.


As “brain dead” Harry Maguire was sent out for Man Utd, Roy Keane proved correct.

Harry Maguire’s rash red card against Watford for Manchester United implies Roy Keane was correct in criticizing him for his previous bad performances.

After Harry Maguire was sent off during Manchester United’s 4-1 defeat to Watford on Saturday, Roy Keane appears to have had the last laugh in his feud with the Manchester United defender.

Maguire was previously chastised by the Irishman for celebrating an England goal by sticking his fingers in his ears as a message to his detractors.

Maguire received a lot of flak from sections of the media after a spate of disappointing defensive displays for United, but Keane couldn’t see how scoring a goal would prove any of the defender’s critics wrong.

After England’s triumph over Albania earlier this month, Keane said, “I believe that’s embarrassing.”

“He’s been a disgrace for Man United in recent months, and he believes that by scoring, he’ll silence his critics? Embarrassing.” And it appears that the former United captain was correct after another dreadful defensive performance by Maguire.

After taking a hard touch while trying to play out from the back midway through the second half at Vicarage Road, the 28-year-old received a second yellow card for clattering into Watford midfielder Tom Cleverley.

“Maguire, on the other hand, is completely deafeningly deafeningly deaf Someone who is foolish, “On Twitter, one fan wrote:

“Maguire is embarrassed, as Keane put it. Ole will always be remembered for his achievements as a player, but surely it’s appropriate for him to retire now?” another person stated.

Another person wrote: “What exactly is Maguire up to? Keane was completely correct in his assessment of him!” Will Ole Gunnar Solskjaer be fired by Manchester United before Christmas? Leave your thoughts in the comments area below…

The firing came at a bad time for Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s team, who were on the verge of making a comeback.

Despite falling behind 2-0 in the first half, Donny van de Beek’s headed goal cut the score in half, and the Red Devils had the upper hand.

But Maguire’s dismissal changed everything, as Watford regained control before scoring two late goals to seal the victory.

The captain will now miss United’s match against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge next week.


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