Roy Keane disagrees with Gary Neville over Harry Kane because of two reasons

Roy Keane has disagreed with Gary Neville over Harry Kane’s disallowed goal during the first half at Stamford Bridge. The Tottenham star thought he had put his side ahead when he coolly slotted home from close ranger but saw his effort chalked off for a push on Thiago Silva.

Neville, who was on commentary duties for Sky Sports, immediately questioned the decision and claimed Kane’s goal should have stood.

But his former Manchester United team-mate Keane had a difference of opinion, citing two reasons why the referee got it spot on to penalise Kane for a foul on Silva. 

Speaking at half-time, Keane said: “Believe it or not Gary is wrong.

“It was a decent piece of play from Spurs, a counter attack. I think when you’re running at that pace, at the time when I was watching I thought it was a goal. But he just does lean into him and I think the referee has got that 100% right.

“I think when you’re running at that pace there is (enough contact). And when you’re 36, 37 – you’re going to go down. When you’re at that pace it’s just a little touch you need.”

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