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Manchester United right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka proved to Roy Keane what he is capable of, after his stunning block prevented Son Heung-min from giving Tottenham the lead in the first-half.
Wan-Bissaka has been a mainstay in United’s team since joining the club from Crystal Palace in a deal worth £50million in the 2019 summer transfer window.
United have not kept a clean sheet since the 1-0 win over Wolves in August, which has led to their defence coming under fire.
The right-back showed his defensive prowess by making a last-ditch challenge to prevent Son from opening the scoring, before Cristiano Ronaldo's stunning volley gave the visitors a first-half lead.
But despite Wan-Bissaka's impressive display in the first-half against Spurs, Keane spoke before the game about how the right-back is not good enough for United.
"I don’t even think Palace would take him back now,” Keane said. “He’s not good enough for Manchester United. No feel for the ball. No decision making. But what Manchester United have always had over the years, no matter talented players, is players with character and personalities. I don’t see it with this group."
And Wan-Bissaka wasn’t the only player who came under fire from Keane, with Man Utd captain Harry Maguire also on the receiving end of his criticism.
“I’m fed up with his chat after games with people apologising,” he said. “Harry Maguire talking about ‘we need to come together as a group’.
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“No, you need to sort your game out. If you’re going to be the leader of that group then you need to get the basics right. You need to do your own job.
“People keep saying that he might not be fit. Might not be fit? He gave away a goal against Leicester a few weeks ago. It’s nothing to do with fitness. It’s just a lack of professionalism.
“He’s not doing his job properly. So I’m intrigued to see United today. They have talented players at the top end of the pitch, as good as any team, but midfield and in defence lately, you do worry."
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