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Roy Keane 'looks like he wants to kill' Micah Richards after laughing at Man Utd analysis
Roy Keane was left looking like he 'wanted to kill Micah Richards' in the Sky Sports studio following Manchester United's embarrassment at the hands of Manchester City.City found the net within the first five minutes of the fixture, thanks to Kevin de Bruyne.And despite Arsenal equaliser, United were hapless to stop a City in a top gear.Riyad Mahrez added a double on top of De Bruyne's two strikes as Untied appeared to lose interest in the game.And Ralf Rangnick's side drew the fury of Keane as Richards laughed at the side of the Irishman on Sky Sports.Keane fumed: "It’s no good having moments in games, the match is 90 minutes long you’ve got to do it all game long."I don't think the manager could’ve done too much different, but by the time the substitutes came on, the fight was over."Keane added: "Egos come into it, you leave egos at the front door, these guys are all about how am I looking? Are my boots nice? Is my hair looking good?"Play the game! You’re at Man United, we’re looking at the fans behind the goal and they know, they’re not daft, this team we’re supporting have given up." What did you think of Manchester United's performance? Let us know in the comments section And Richards could hardly keep his laughing in as Keane ripped into his former side.One fan said: "Hahaha Micah Richards on a mission to get murdered by Roy Keane I think."Another added: "Roy Keane about to kill Micah Richards here""I would have walked out if I was Keane! I thought it was disrespectful from Micah," another said, taking Keane's side."Just sounds unprofessional, to be honest! Ruins the serious debate.
Micah Richards explains why Premier League title race is now in Liverpool's favour
Manchester City defender Micah Richards has explained why the title race momentum has swung in the favour of Liverpool.The Reds avoided a scare against Norwich on Saturday after falling behind early on to the Canaries, but rallied to win 3-1.City couldn't replicate similar heroics against Tottenham Hotspur in the evening after Pep Guardiola's similarly fell behind.City were twice able to peg Spurs back, but a heart-breaking 95th-minute winner pushed the game away from Harry Kane saw Spurs claim the three points.And despite still holding a six-point advantage, Richards believes that the title race now favours the Reds.Richards said on Sky Sports, after City's loss on Saturday evening: "It’s in Liverpool’s favour now."If they come here and win the game and do the rest that they need to do in the Premier League."I said before the game, don’t be complacent. Who do you think will win the title? Let us know in the comments section"It wasn’t just about City, Spurs were excellent today but I just thought City knew that were Spurs were going to drop deep and come on the counter-attack and played into their hands."The two sides are on a collision course for a clash at the Etihad Stadium in April.Jurgen Klopp's side also have a game in hand, and could draw level on points with Guardiola's side should they beat City in their own backyard.Liverpool won their maiden Premier League during the 19/20 season, but were unable to defend their crown to a rampant City last campaign.
Jamie Carragher and Micah Richards go mental as Kylian Mbappe scores last-gasp winner
Jamie Carragher and Micah Richards went absolutely ballistic in the CBS studio after Kylian Mbappe scored a last-gasp winning goal for PSG in the Champions League.Mbappe, 23, netted a 95th-minute winner for Mauricio Pochettino's side as the Parisian giants registered a 1-0 win over Real Madrid in the round of 16 first leg.The goal came as a massive relief to the 47,000 supporters inside the Parc Des Princes with PSG heavily tipped for a first European triumph due to their star-studded squad.And the last-minute winner was not only celebrated in Paris but across the channel as well with Carragher and Richards left screaming at their on-screen monitors.Taking a break from Sky Sports duties due to rivals BT Sport gaining exclusive rights to the Champions League, the duo were broadcasting live on American channel CBS Sports.Appearing alongside Thierry Henry, the ex-Arsenal and France legend was quick to celebrate his compatriot's goal with a fist bump and a wide smile.HAVE YOUR SAY! Can Kylian Mbappe guide PSG to Champions League glory? Let us know in the comments section.Want to be on the ball with all of the latest football news?Well then sign up for the brilliant Daily Star football email newsletter!From the latest transfer news to the agenda-setting stories, get it all in your email inbox - don't miss a thing.It only takes a matter of seconds.Simply type your email address into the box at the top of this article and hit 'subscribe'.And that's it, job done.
Jamie Carragher shoves Micah Richards in boxing stand-off that ends in hysterics
Jamie Carragher and Micah Richards got in each other's faces during an hilarious boxing stand-off in the Sky Sports studios ahead of Amir Khan's upcoming bout against Kell Brook.The two pundits stared each other down as Dave Jones acted as the enforcer, but things took a turn for the worse when Carragher decided to get a little physical with his colleagues."Alright boys, keep it calm … woah, woah, woah, don't get too close," Jones says."He doesn't wanna get too close to me," Carragher responds, before Richards warns the former Liverpool defender that he's going to hit him on his "whiskers"."You leave his whiskers alone," replies Jones.Moments later, Carragher goes to shove Richards but inadvertently hurts Jones, who had injured his groin earlier in the broadcast while playing keepy-ups with an American football ahead of Super Bowl Sunday."Oh Jesus," Jones can be heard saying as he crumples over in a heap.Naturally, Richards and Carragher show little sympathy for their fallen co-worker and burst out laughing.Who is the funniest football pundit on TV? Let us know in the comments section below...Fans were in stitches earlier in the day when Carragher snuck in a cheeky Valentine's joke while Jones was hobbling back to his seat after injuring himself during the keepy-up challenge."The groin! On Valentine's weekend as well," the 44-year-old quipped.Carragher himself took to the challenge like a duck to water, and was even likened to Diego Maradona after effortlessly plucking the ball out of the sky after a wayward kick of his hit the studio's lights.This Saturday, Khan goes toe-to-toe with Brook at the AO Arena in Manchester in a fight that has been years in the making - which will be shown live on Sky Sports.
Jamie Carragher mocks Sky presenter with cheeky Valentine's joke after pulling groin
Jamie Carragher fired a cheeky Valentines joke at Sky presenter Dave Jones after the presenter "pulled his groin" attempting the NFL Keepy Up challenge.A host of guests in the Sky Sports studio have been attempting to do kick-ups with an American football ahead of Sunday night's Super Bowl between the Cincinnati Bagels and the LA Rams.The likes of Jamie Redknapp and Micah Richards had attempted the challenge prior to Sunday's games.It was Carragher and Jones' turn to attempt the challenge - but Jones ended up injuring himself after stretching to regain the ball following a wayward touch.And fans were left in stitches after Carragher snuck in a cheeky Valentines joke while Jones was hobbling back to his seat.The ex-Liverpool man quipped: "The groin! On Valentine's weekend as well!"While nobody has done themselves harm like Jones, the segment has been a hit for Sky ahead of Sunday night's Super Bowl showdown.Fans were in hysterics after Kelly Cates and Chris Hughton were captured in the background of Redknapp's attempt the previous day ignoring the former Reds man's attempts.Who do you think made the best attempt at the Keepy Up challenge? Let us know in the comments section below.But his attempt wasn't a patch on Jones and Carragher's.Although Jones misfortune caught the eye, it wasn't the only incident on Super Sunday that left fans amused.There was no love lost ahead as Richards took a cheeky swipe at Carragher's allegiance to Everton as a child before his iconic playing career for the Toffees bitter rivals.Want to be on the ball with all of the latest football news?Well then sign up for the brilliant Daily Star football email newsletter!From the latest transfer news to the agenda-setting stories, get it all in your