Keane slams ‘spoilt brat’ Haaland after Man City striker responds to ‘League Two’ jibe

Keane slams ‘spoilt brat’ Haaland after Man City striker responds to ‘League Two’ jibe

Roy Keane slams “spoilt brat” Erling Haaland

Erling Haaland of Manchester City, who was miffed at being replaced against Wolves, has been called a “spoilt brat” by Manchester United legend Roy Keane.

In reference to the Norwegian international’s overall play at the end of March, Keane called him a “League Two player.”

After scoring four goals against Wolves on Saturday, Haaland responded angrily to the former Manchester United midfielder’s criticism in an interview with a Norwegian broadcaster.

That’s okay, I don’t really care that much about that man, Haaland said.

Any resentment stems most likely from Keane’s long-standing conflict with Alf-Inge, the father of Haaland. Twenty-three years ago, the Irishman broke his leg in a Manchester derby, for which he was famously sent off.

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With two penalty kicks in the first half of his hat-trick, Haaland stunned Wolves. With a brilliant fourth goal, he increased his campaign total to 36 goals across all competitions.

He clearly thought he could have scored more after Pep Guardiola’s substitution of him.

Naturally, his apparent irritation has not gone over well with Keane.

Erling Haaland is dubbed a “spoilt brat” by Roy Keane.
Speaking ahead of Liverpool’s Premier League match against Tottenham on Sunday, Keane said people will forget about it because he scored four and City won, unlike the incident involving Mohamed Salah and Jurgen Klopp last weekend, which has been spoken about relentlessly for a week.

“We witnessed Haaland being removed yesterday, which made us unhappy,” Keane stated on Sky Sports. acting like a pampered brat.

However, since they prevail and he scores goals, it’s essentially forgotten.

“I believe that Salah v. Klopp brought attention to the fact that Liverpool’s results haven’t been going their way.”

David Jones, the host, then shot back, “Spoilt brat? If you score four goals, that’s okay, right?

Keane’s response was succinct and unimpressive: “No, not really.” No, it’s not.

After giving Jones a death stare in response to his remark, Daniel Sturridge broke the awkward silence with a burst of laughter.

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