Roy Keane branded Kyle Walker an ‘fool’ after he conceded a penalty in Man City’s conflict with Liverpool on Sunday.
The England defender fouled Sadio Mane within the field, which allowed Mohamed Salah to open the scoring from the spot within the 13th minute.
Gabriel Jesus equalised for the hosts within the 31st minute and Kevin De Bruyne fired a penalty extensive simply earlier than the break.
At half-time, when requested how Mane earned himself a penalty for Liverpool, former Manchester United captain Keane informed Sky Sports activities: “As a result of he’s up in opposition to an fool.
“Kyle Walker, individuals are telling me he’s enjoying nicely, I don’t suppose so.
“This man is 30 years of age, a world participant, he’s a automotive crash.
“He retains on making these kind of errors. He was rightfully punished for it.”
Keane’s phrases might have been considered as harsh with Walker being one in every of City’s standout performers within the early phases of the season.
He additionally scored the successful purpose in a 1-Zero victory over Sheffield United final weekend.
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Defending Walker, former City star Micah Richards stated: “He’s been in good kind. I feel Roy is taking it a bit overboard there.
“He’s been one in every of City’s greatest gamers [this season]. He gambles there, he ought to have simply waited.
“He gambled he [Mane] was going exterior, however Mane was there and he took him down.”