The former Red Devils star made an interesting commentary on the Solskjaer team.
Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane believes that watching Manchester United games is not good for health.
The Red Devils have had their ups and downs this season, and while they are on the verge of advancing from a tough group in the Champions League, they have disappointed their fans in the Premier League. Last week's 1-0 win over West Brom was their first home win of the season, and while they were able to score three points in today's game against Southampton, they had a frustrating performance in the first half.
Now the former Red Devils captain has criticized Solskjaer team's performance and said that watching their games is harmful to their health.
"United have had chances,”
Keane told Sky Sports
“It's not good for your health watching Manchester United. They've given away a couple of bad goals, but there's goals here for them.
"The problem is that you just don't know what you are going to get with this United team. We heard Ole and De Gea say before the game that they need consistency, but they are just not backing it up."
Roy Keane had previously harshly criticized Degea. In today's match, Degea did not react well to Southampton's goal and was replaced by Dean Henderson between the two halves. But Keane criticized Fred this time for giving a free-kick in a great position with a foul on Musa Djenpo.
"I would be more critical of Fred, giving away the free kick.
“I wouldn't expect my goalkeeper to be beaten from there, but he [Ward-Prowse] is certainly one of the best in Europe with that type of delivery. It was a fantastic set-piece.
“I would be disappointed with my goalkeeper, but l would be more annoyed with Fred for being so lazy and so sloppy."