David De Gea: Roy Keane says De Gea should be axed for goal against Spurs

David De Gea: Roy Keane says De Gea should be axed for goal against Spurs

- David De Gea's performance against Tottenham has angered Keane

- Roy Keane believes De Gea should not have conceded against Spurs

- Defender Maguire was also lashed by the Manchester United legend

Roy Keane has pointed an accusing finger at goalkeeper David De Gea for the goal he conceded against Tottenham during the 1-1 Premier League draw.

The 48-year-old who is now a football pundit was so furious watching David De Gea allowing Steven Bergwijn to score against Manchester United.

Roy Keane was also angry with the performance of Harry Maguire claiming that he did not represent the Red Devils well against Spurs.

Steven Bergwijn gave Tottenham the first goal before Bruno Fernandes scored the equalizer via a penalty which gave Manchester United a point against Mourinho and his men.

"Maguire and De Gea should hang their heads in shame. De Gea is the most overrated goalkeeper I've seen in a long, long time,'' Keane explained.

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David De Gea: Roy Keane says De Gea should be axed for goal against Spurs
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Manchester United are still on for the fight to finish among the top four so as for them to qualify for the Champions League.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Portugal international Bruno Fernandes was the savior for Manchester United on Friday night, June 19, as his penalty saved Solskjaer and his men from defeat against Spurs in 1-1 draw.

Tottenham started the match impressively with Harry Kane and Harry Winks making some impressive runs and they almost opened scoring in the 7th minute.

Luke Shaw sent a long pass to Anthony Martial two minutes later in what would have been Manchester United's goal, but the Frenchman was unable to beat goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.

Spurs finally took the lead in the 27th minute through Steven Bergwijn who benefited from a glorious pass from Serge Aurier.

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The first half however ended with Manchester United failing to get an equalizer at the Tottenham Stadium.

Solskjaer and his men had to wait until the 81st minute for them to get the equalizing goal through Bruno Fernandes who scored via a penalty.

Eric Dier pushed Paul Pogba in the 18 yard box in which the referee consulted the VAR before giving Manchester United a cool penalty.

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