ROY KEANE ripped into David de Gea after his howler against Everton.

Goals from Antony, an Conor Coady own goal and a Marcus Rashford penalty sealed a 3-1 win for Manchester United against the Toffees in the FA Cup.

David De Gea was slammed by Roy Keane after this blunder against Everton


David De Gea was slammed by Roy Keane after this blunder against EvertonCredit: ITV
The ITV pundit said the keeper 'looked like he'd had a few drinks'


The ITV pundit said the keeper ‘looked like he’d had a few drinks’Credit: ITV

It looked like Premier League strugglers Everton would then be blown away by the in-form Red Devils.

However, they were soon pegged back – and in hilarious fashion for the neutral.

De Gea failed to deal with a low cross from point-blank range from Neal Maupay on the byline.

Despite the keeper having hold of the post, he allowed the ball to cannon off both feet before it squirmed through his legs for Coady, who later scored an own goal, to tap in.

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United legend Keane was covering the game as a pundit for ITV, and he did not hold back on his criticism of the Spanish stopper at half time.

He said: “A shocking mistake from an international goalkeeper.

“It’s like Carry On football. It looks like he’s had a few drinks.

“It’s like the keeper’s been sent off and an outfield player has gone in goal.”


De Gea’s blunder comes on the day Crystal Palace keeper Jack Butland was brought in on loan to provide back up.

And some fans want the Englishman between the sticks straight away.

One fan tweeted: “De Gea howler. Time for Butland.”

A second added: “Butland where you at mate de gea is sleeping.”

Another fan declared: “De Gea, I will forever be haunted by this comical nonsense.”

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