ROY KEANE and Gary Neville have launched a blistering attack on a former Manchester United player.

That’s by sensationally claiming he “doesn’t have a heart.”

Roy Keane and Gary Neville blasted a former Man Utd player on live TV

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Roy Keane and Gary Neville blasted a former Man Utd player on live TVCredit: ITV
Argentina ace Angel Di Maria came under fire for his first-half showing against Mexico

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Argentina ace Angel Di Maria came under fire for his first-half showing against MexicoCredit: Getty

The Red Devils legends were both on punditry duty for ITV during Argentina’s 2-0 World Cup win against Mexico.

And one man who caught their eye – for the WRONG reason – was ex-United flop Angel Di Maria.

The now-Juventus winger had a quiet first half before helping his side to a crucial 2-0 win.

But Keane and Neville did not have kinds words to say about Di Maria during the half-time break.

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The duo both blasted him for his lack of effort int the first 45 against Mexico.

And talk quickly turned to Di Maria’s disappointing one-season stay at United in 2014/15.

He scored just four goals in 32 games following a £60million move from Real Madrid.

And Di Maria was quickly shipped off to Paris Saint-Germain for just £44m a year later after struggling in England.

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Neville started the attack, saying: “He’s the biggest disappointment ever to come to Manchester United. He’s no heart.”

This spurred on Keane, who roared: “He’d break your heart, I am not sure he’s got one. 

“We’re getting up going ‘go on and do something’ and he is just guaranteed to give it away. He is going into bodies, he’s not getting his head. 

“You say about his career, my goodness, he’s had some great moves and gone for a lot of money. 

“But watching him out there, take him off, guarantee you’ll score in the second half now.

“The decision-making from such a senior player, so poor.”

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Fortunately for Di Maria, he redeemed himself by kickstarting Argentina’s path to victory with an assist for Lionel Messi in the 64th minute.

Messi himself turned provider three minutes from the end with Enzo Fernandez made it 2-0 to the South Americans.



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