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‘Spoiled brat' - Roy Keane continues Haaland feud with latest swipe at Man City striker

Former Man United star Roy Keane produced his latest shot at Erling Haaland by labelling the Man City forward a "spoiled brat".

The Norway international scored four goals during Saturday's 5-1 thrashing of Wolves, but the striker looked clearly unhappy when Pep Guardiola decided to take him off with eight minutes remaining. 

Haaland exchanged words with the City manager and appeared disgruntled as he took his place on the bench.

“We saw Haaland yesterday being brought off, not too happy, behaving like a spoiled brat, but because they win the game [and] he scores goals it’s almost forgotten about,” Sky Sports pundit Keane said ahead of Liverpool’s game against Tottenham.

Asked if acting in such a manner was acceptable considering Haaland had scored four goals, Keane added: “No, not really. No it’s not.”

Keane compared Haaland’s general play to that of a “League Two player” following City’s 0-0 draw with Arsenal at the end of March, remarks the striker responded to following the game with Wolves.

“I don’t really care that much about that man, so that’s all right,” Haaland said in an interview with a broadcaster from his native Norway.

Keane had a long-running feud with Haaland’s father, Alf Inge, and was sent off for an horrific challenge on the former Manchester City player in 2001.

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