Roy Keane, Howard Webb Defend Hector Moreno’s “Brilliant Tackle”

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Keane & Webb defend Moreno tackle: No malice said to be intended

Keane & Webb defend Moreno tackle

PSV’s Hector Moreno’s tackle on Manchester United’s Luke Shaw gave the defender a double fracture and will see him miss the next 5 months of football.

Keane & Webb defend Moreno tackle: No malice said to be intended
Keane & Webb defend Moreno tackle: No malice said to be intended

While many have labelled the challenge as horrific, former Manchester United player Roy Keane described it as brilliant.

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He told ITV: “I thought it was a brilliant challenge. I love the physical side of the game. You can always tell by the players’ reactions – they are the best judges as they are near the tackle. They didn’t think it was a bad challenge at the time.

“When players are travelling at great speed then (injuries) are always going to happen. I am surprised there’s not more. It was an accident with his trailing foot.”

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Retired referee Howard Webb also defended the decision of match referee Nicola Rizzoli not to book Moreno, saying Shaw was just unlucky.

“Luke Shaw’s injury was awful and I wish him a speedy recovery,” he said while working as a pundit on BT Sport.

Wana

Wana

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