Manchester United’s 6-1 defeat to Tottenham last weekend sent shockwaves across the footballing world.
Social media went into meltdown and Patrice Evra threatened to quit his job as a Sky Sports pundit live on air, such was his disappointment at his former club’s poor performance.
Liverpool’s astonishing 7-2 defeat at Aston Villa later that day couldn’t even cheer United up, who have unsurprisingly faced a barrage of criticism for that display at Old Trafford.
One small consolation the Red Devils can take from the events on Sunday was that Roy Keane wasn’t working as a pundit.
The United legend, never one to mince his words, would