- Edinson Cavani has been slammed by Man United legend Roy Keane
- The United legend claims the Uruguyan striker did not warm-up for the Arsenal game
- The Red Devils lost the match by 1-0 giving Arsenal their first win at Old Trafford in 14 years
Roy Keane has scrutinised Edinson Cavani's performance against Arsenal claiming the Man United striker did not warm up before making a second-half appearance, Daily Star.
The 33-year-old was given 15 minutes of action by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer during the 1-0 defeat to the Gunners at Old Trafford.
And before the substitution, the Uruguayan forward was caught on camera sitting on the bench looking relaxed.
The ex-Paris Saint-German made little or no impact as Arsenal recorded a famous win at the Theatre of Dreams in 14 years.
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And United legend Keane was not happy with Cavani for not loosening up before coming on the pitch for the remaining 15 minutes of the game.
Keane told Sky Sports:
"I'm intrigued when I look at warm-ups. Cavani never threw a leg, he actually didn't do a warm-up, did he?
"Then he comes on as a sub and is being asked to get them back in the game.
"Ole's talking about having to get him [Cavani] up to speed, well, sometimes it's up to the player to do something.
"Ole will pay the ultimate price, obviously.
"Ole will lose his job, walk out of this group of players, that's whats going to happen.
"I've been saying it for the last month or two, but you still think, 'you never know in this game, things might change', and you think it's up to Ole to motivate these players for Arsenal at home.
"People keep saying there's no support, the stadiums are empty, this is still a great setting if you're a professional footballer, to play at Old Trafford."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Ryan Giggs recalls when he was told by Sir Alex Ferguson that he would not play to get himself ready to face former Chelsea midfielder Michael Ballack.
The Welshman claims the legendary Man United manager told him that he would cause the German midfielder nightmares when both Premier League rivals clashed.
Giggs was rested by Ferguson for three weeks because he believed he would cause Ballack all kinds of problems in midfield with his speed.
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