The former Red Devils captain was speaking to Sky Sports on Monday. Despite naming Manchester United as an experienced team in English premier league, the former football proffesional wasn't hesitant to hail premier league giants Manchester City.
This came after the Cityzens won 6-3 over the reds and now trailing behind Gunners with only a point. The squad proved their quality and Keane didn't hold back in making this honest admission.
He however claims that the club was previously missing players but currently every player who comes in the squad is always different level and very high quality talent.
He claimed that this was the cause of their victory that left United fans in tears at the noisy atmosphere of Etihad stadium.
Speaking to Sky Sports, the former iconic footballer said: "United have an experienced team out there. City were missing players, but whoever comes into the team is pure quality. That's what they have whereas Man Utd seemed all over the place."
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