Manchester United Legend, Roy Keane has given his verdict on the Premier League title race after Arsenal’s recent 1-0 win over Manchester City.
Arsenal had last Sunday defeated Man City at Emirates Stadium, thanks to Gabriel Martinelli’s goal.
The victory moved Arsenal to second position on the log ahead of third-placed Man City while Tottenham Hotspur are on top of the table on goal difference.
Speaking on The Overlap’s Stick to Football podcast on YouTube, Gary Neville asked Keane if Man City’s recent defeat against Arsenal meant his prediction changed, “Arsenal and Manchester City where are we at with it? Does it change your mind Roy in terms of where you were at the start of the season around City?”
Keane replied: “No, it was probably the worst I have seen City play definitely. Obviously, having a difficult spell. Listen, Arsenal hung in there and maybe just did it.
“It was a cagey game, I thought it was really poor quality but it was edgy but I wouldn’t be certainly writing Man City off when you look at the two league games last year. Man City was so far ahead so yeah definitely progress for Arsenal but I wouldn’t change my mind in terms of who I think will win the league I will stick with City.”