Souness and Richards’ heated clash over Man Utd leaves Roy Keane in silence
Micah Richards and Graeme Souness exploded in a furious exchange that left Roy Keane in stunned silence on Sky Sports on Saturday afternoon.
The trio had just watched Manchester City dismantle Manchester United in a convincing 2-0 victory for the blue half of Manchester.
Eric Bailly put the ball in his own net inside the opening ten minutes before David De Gea did his best to keep United in the game.
However, it wasn't enough as Bernardo Silva doubled City's lead just before the half-time whistle.
And the second goal was the subject of a heated debate in the Sky Sports studio.
"He [Aaron Wan-Bissaka] should be sprinting out and stopping the cross," the Liverpool legend fumed in the studio after the full-time whistle.
But, the former City full-back insisted that Wan-Bissaka hadn't been helped at all by Bruno Fernandes, who should have pressed Joao Cancelo.
"He's scared, he knows he hasn't got help from Fernandes," Richards fired back at Souness.
And Souness wasn't happy with Richards' response: "Try to forget everything you've just said."
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"I've had more entertainment with Souness and Micah Richards arguing over AWB than that game," one United fan tweeted.
Another added: "Wow! Box office conversations from Keane, Souness, Richards and Neville!"
"Souness vs Richards has been much better than the match," a third joked.
However not all were entertained by the 'box-office' viewing: "Souness and Richards was painful to listen to there. Awful."
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Interestingly, Keane was left in stunned silence throughout the Wan-Bissaka debate.
But when it came to the Red Devils legends turn to talk he made a bold claim: "If Ole walked in here, I would grab him by the neck and ask him 'why are you playing Fred?'"
Keane had already been left dumbfounded by United's performance in the first half.
"I give up. I give up on these players. Right on half-time, these are international football players," he fumed.
The result leaves the Red Devils in fifth, but should results go against Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side, United could be as low as tenth by the end of the weekend.
Solskjaer again finds himself under pressure in the United hot seat as he watched his side played off the park by Pep Guardiola's men.
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