Roy Keane was fuming Rasmus Højlund after the striker missed multiple chances during Manchester United’s 2-0 win over Wigan Athletic in the FA Cup.
Højlund, 20, who signed for United for a little over £70 million in the summer, left United legendary midfielder Roy Keane ‘fuming’ after the game due to these squandered efforts.
“I would be fuming with him,” Keane told ITV after analysing Højlund’s missed chances.
“We wanted United to show a part of their game tonight and they have in terms of missing chances and not being clinical – I want to see that side of United tonight. When your striker is missing chances, we can say unlucky all day, they are great opportunities.
“Put the ball in the back of the net and stop messing around!”
Rasmus Højlund is the club’s joint top scorer this season with six goals but has just one in the Premier League in 15 appearances so far in the competition. United welcome Tottenham Hotspur to Old Trafford in the league on Sunday.
Manchester United told to buy ‘Kobbie Mainoo’s mentor’ amid transfer exit rumours
Marcus Rashford warned against “foolish” Manchester United move advised by legend
Omar Berrada’s first Manchester United task set to impact three players at Old Trafford
5 things learned as Manchester United defeat Burnley 2-0 (EFL Cup)
Player ratings: Manchester United 2-0 Burnley
How Lisandro Martinez made Manchester United World Cup history
Transfers2 days ago
Raphaël Varane to walk from Manchester United this summer after “huge” development
News3 days ago
Mason Greenwood sends Man United clear message after Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s comments
News2 days ago
Manchester United could make shock left-back decision after Alvaro Fernandez return ruled out
News2 days ago
Erik ten Hag hints at Manchester United start for Amad Diallo vs Fulham