Roy Keane: Why Man United should expect to be booed
Roy Keane runs rule over Man United's goalless draw with PSV Eindhoven
Roy Keane says Manchester United should expect to be jeered by their own supporters.
The Red Devils played out a dour goalless draw with PSV Eindhoven in their penultimate Champions League group-stage game at Old Trafford on Tuesday night.
Old Trafford started to empty in the final five minutes of the European fixture as Louis van Gaal’s side failed to put the Eredivisie side under any late pressure.
Whilst Keane believes United have done well in recent weeks after keeping six clean sheets in their last seven games, the former United captain admits the Red Devils need to be more entertaining, particularly at Old Trafford.
“They’ve made hard work of this group. They’ve not been at their best. They’re capable of going to Wolfsburg and winning,” Keane told ITV.
“They’re making it so hard. When they doing this possession game and win, they get away with it. When you don’t get the results like tonight, expect to booed, particularly at Old Trafford.
“The United fans want to be entertained and the team to win. They’ve been doing that and solid at the back. As much as they dominated tonight, the PSV goalkeeper didn’t have to make too many saves.”
The three-time European champions are a point behind Premier League leaders Leicester City ahead of their trip to King Power Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
The Red Devils were 2-1 winners against Watford in the English top flight last weekend.