Roy Keane disagreed with ‘everything’ interim manager Michael Carrick said after Manchester United’s draw with Chelsea in the Premier League.
Following United’s 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge, Carrick said: ‘I’m disappointed actually. When you are in front in a game like this to have it taken away is disappointing.
“I’m proud of the players and the group all week. An a difficult situation we tried to make the best of it. But there is that little bitter feeling. We came to win the game. A little disappointed, I can’t lie.
“I don’t think it was a penalty at all. They have had a lot of shots David had two saves which we knew before the game he would have to make one or two. Other than that I have felt quite comfortable in the game.
“Of course we want to be better. I am not getting carried away but I thought we defended well. I cannot fault the boys one bit.
“To come away disappointed and to feel like you have left something out there is a positive.’
Responding to Carrick’s comments, Keane told Sky Sports: ‘I disagree with everything he said in that interview. Everything he said.
“He’s talking about a plan, he’s talking about the penalty. Of course it’s a penalty. We’ve all looked at it and it’s a penalty.
“He’s talking about effort and he’s proud of them. He’s been working with them for months under Ole. All of a sudden he’s proud of them?
“Why aren’t they making an effort in the other games? He’s praising players for doing their jobs. It’s ridiculous.”
David De Gea has admited “feeling danger for nearly the whole game” between Manchester United and Chelsea which ended 1-1.
The Blues dominated the first half but the visitors picked their moment after the break to go 1-0 up.
The goal came when Jadon Sancho pickpocketed a sluggish Jorginho to slide the ball past Edouard Mendy and give Man Utd the lead.
However, the Euro 2020-winner made amends from the penalty spot after Aaron Wan Bissaka brought down Reece James.
The home side still dominated, possession, the amount of passes and the amount of shots on goal.
There were initial fears that United would be roasted by the Blues at Stamford Bridge even after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s exit as confirmed by De Gea’s feeling while the Sunday Premier League cracker lasted.
After the match, De Gea said: “On the pitch, in the goal, I was feeling danger for nearly the whole game.
“We defended well, they missed big chances and the one they give us a chance we score. It is not enough to draw but at the moment it is a big point”