Legendary Manchester United figure, Roy Keane, has shared his perspective on the Premier League title race following Arsenal’s recent 1-0 victory over Manchester City.

Last Sunday, Arsenal secured a win over Man City at the Emirates Stadium, thanks to Gabriel Martinelli’s goal. This triumph propelled Arsenal to the second position in the standings, overtaking third-placed Manchester City, while Tottenham Hotspur led the table based on goal difference.

During an episode of The Overlap’s Stick to Football podcast on YouTube, Gary Neville asked Keane if Man City’s recent loss to Arsenal had altered his predictions, inquiring, “Arsenal and Manchester City, where do you stand on it? Has this result changed your outlook, Roy, in comparison to your pre-season expectations regarding City?”

Keane responded, saying, “No, it was perhaps the poorest I’ve seen City play, definitely. They are obviously going through a challenging period. Arsenal managed to hang in there and perhaps just secured it.

“It was a tense match, and I thought the overall quality was quite low, but it was a tight affair. Although it signifies progress for Arsenal, I’m not ready to alter my opinion regarding the title race. I’m sticking with City.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *