Roy Keane has insisted that Frank Lampard should ‘get real’ after his post-match comments following Chelsea’s 2-0 defeat at home to Manchester United.
United took the lead in the first half when Anthony Martial found the back of the net.
The Reds had a 1-0 advantage at the break but could have been down to ten men when Harry Maguire had a coming together with Michy Batshuayi.
Claims for a kick on the Chelsea man were waved away before Maguire made it 2-0 to United in the second period with a fine header.
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Insult was added to injury for the hosts in the second half as both Kurt Zouma and Olivier Giroud had goals disallowed by VAR.
Lampard was frustrated post-match but Keane had some choice words for the former England player after his interview on Sky Sports.
“I think it’s tough on managers when you get beaten in a game, Lampard was very honest, clearly frustrated, he keeps talking about scoring goals but they need to stop conceding daft goals,” Keane told Sky Sports.
“It’s a tough run for Chelsea at the moment and they’ve lost that momentum from the start of the season, when you lose that it’s hard to get it back.
“You’d fancy their chances tonight but now you look at the Tottenham game, this is where you’re tested as a manager. We said earlier in the season, he had plenty of plaudits, then all of a sudden there are huge question marks.
“If you look at the game tonight, look at the attacking players on the pitch, the forward players were so poor and the lack of quality was scary when you look back at all the top players Chelsea have had previously.
“I’m sure Frank will be thinking ‘please God get me to the end of the season and finish in the top four’, then I bet you he will go and try to get one or two big strikers.
“He said about getting goals and taking chances but you’ve…