Roy Keane has shown appreciation for Luke Shaw after his ‘brilliant’ success against Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday afternoon, a former Manchester United midfielder, club hero, turned famous football expert.
It was a tense affair that ended in a 0-0 draw between the two groups. Although Liverpool fell to fourth, three points behind the Red Devils, Manchester United stayed at the top of the Premier League table.
Overall, Keane was pleased with the approach of United, but he was left disappointed that Paul Pogba missed a glorious chance for the visitors to win it.
The Sky Sports pundit was extremely satisfied with the success of Shaw. Throughout the game, the England left-back was ‘brilliant.’
Rashford, 23, had made some very strong channel runs, but was unable to stay on side. He added “He never turned up”
In the second half, United produced some very good chances, and Fernandes also came close to scoring, denied by Fabinho.
Shaw was truly incredible. He had 68 touches, completed 33 of 41 attempted passes, won eight aerial duels, and during the game he created two opportunities.