Roy Keane had a jokey dig at David Luiz after the Arsenal defender celebrated blocking a Manchester United free kick on Saturday.
The Gunners hosted the Crimson Devils on the Emirates and produced an unentertaining first half.
United performed on the entrance foot however have been unable to interrupt Arsenal down.
One among their greatest probabilities got here from a dangerously positioned free-kick late within the half.
Bruno Fernandes fired the ball in the direction of aim, however Luiz headed it behind for a nook from his place within the wall.
He reacted by giving a dramatic fist pump, whereas the remainder of his teammates merely walked off.
When going by the details of motion in his position as a Sky pundit at half-time, Keane loved rewatching the second.
Given the dearth of probabilities for Mikel Arteta’s aspect, Keane mocked: “And that is the spotlight for Arsenal – Luiz seems like he’s scored a aim there himself!
“He’s clearly delighted with the job he’s completed there, yeah.
“That’s the spotlight for him.”
Concerning the first-half as a complete, Keane mentioned: “It’s not been nice, I’ve been disillusioned.
“I feel it’s been nearly like a reserve sport.
“I feel actually it’s as much as United to up the ante, extra depth, want extra tempo, they’ve been sloppy.
“Arsenal have completed okay, however United should odor that they’re clearly there for the taking.”