Frank Lampard, Roy Keane in touch-line bust up during Nottingham vs Derby clash

Frank Lampard, Roy Keane in touch-line bust up during Nottingham vs Derby clash

- Frank Lampard and Roy Keane had a face off when they clashed at the City Ground in Monday's Championship tie

- The Chelsea legend marched to the former United icon to express his displeasure during the game

- Benalouane scored the only goal that separated both sides after regulation period

Derby County boss Frank Lampard was involved in touchline bust up with Roy Keane during his side's 1-0 defeat to Nottingham Forest at City Ground on Monday evening.

Yohan Benalouane's second minute goal handed the hosts maximum points after regulation period.

However, despite the victory, Keane's men remain eighth on the log with one point behind the Rams on the table.

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According to SunSport, the Chelsea legend angrily stormed over to the Manchester United icon in the 74th minute, and was appeared to yell "get some f***ing balls" to the icon.

The 40-year-old marched up to Keane and aimed insults at the Irishman, with the Rams boss appearing unhappy with the action on the pitch.

Forest's win over Derby handed the hosts their very first win after six matches as Martin O'Neill's side moved to within three points of the play-off places.

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Both Manchester United legend Keane and Chelsea record scorer Lampard's careers coincided briefly when the Old Trafford man was on the wane and the English midfielder on the rise in West London.

Keane won seven Premier League titles and four FA Cups at United, while Lampard claimed three Premier League trophies and the same number of FA Cups.

The duo both won the Champions League title for their respective clubs but Keane was infamously suspended for the 1999 final, while Chelsea clinched theirs in 2012.

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But former Forest midfielder Keane joined O'Neill as assistant once again after the pair left their posts as Republic of Ireland manager and assistant in November.

The pair headed to the City Ground last month, winning three, drawing two and losing two after taking over from Aitor Karanka. earlier reported that Derby County boss Frank Lampard has completed the signing of Nigerian star Efe Ambrose on a short term loan deal.

The 30-year-old Super Eagles defender has been without a club since January this year after leaving Celtic and has now teamed up with Frank Lampard's side.

Former Chelsea star Frank Lampard who is the handler of Derby County was said to have been impressed with the training of Efe Ambrose before signing him. ( -> We have updated to serve you better.

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