MANCHESTER UNITED legend Roy Keane warned Tottenham’s Cristian Romero that Harry Maguire won’t forget what he did after his own goal.
Son Heung-min fed Sergio Reguilon down the left flank and the Spurs ace delivered a low cross towards Romero but Maguire got his sliding clearance all wrong and scored an own goal on 72 minutes.
That levelled up the game to 2-2 at Old Trafford and the Argentina international was quick to rub salt in the centre-back’s wounds.
The defender appeared to be either shouting or laughing at Maguire‘s face as he was sitting down on the pitch dejected at his mistake.
But Keane, who is no stranger to heated confrontations, warned Romero that the England international will “take note of that”.
The United great told Sky Sports: “Not good. You’ll take note of that, don’t worry.”
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Keane knows about keeping score as that is how his infamous clash with Alf-Inge Haaland occurred in 2001.
Haaland was winding the footballer-turned-pundit up in a match against Leeds in 1997 and the Irishman lunged at him five minutes from time.
But he ended up injuring himself and heard Erling’s father accusing him of faking it.
Keane didn’t forget and took his revenge four years later when Haaland joined Manchester City with a horror studs-up challenge.
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The 50-year-old has been critical of Maguire before, but claimed that his own goal was an “honest mistake”, plus it didn’t cost United as Cristiano Ronaldo led them to victory with a stunning hat-trick.
Keane added: “I’ve been critical of Maguire, but you can’t there [for the own goal].
“He’s doing his best; it’s an honest mistake and these things happen in football.”