Roy Keane's threat to Cesc Fabregas about 'pizza incident' has panel in stitches
"You're very fortunate I wasn't there."
While remising about the fierce rivalry between the two clubs back in the Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger era, the incident came up where a pizza once hit the United manager.
It was later revealed to have been thrown by none other than the then Arsenal youngster, Cesc Fabregas, who let his temper get the better of him.
The pundits were also watching clips of goals and games, and in one instance a clip was shown that didn't exactly cover Gary Neville in glory.
His former United captain proved that old habits die hard and was straight in with some criticism.
"You just turned your back on it Gary, just go and engage him. You ended up doing nothing.'
But Jamie Redknapp spotted his opportunity to jump in and get the irishman riled by asking Fabregas about 'pizzagate'.
A laughing Fabregas shot back: "I already said what I had to say about this. I still feel a bit embarrassed about it sometimes.'
Redknapp asked: 'Were you there Roy?'
Keane said: "I missed that game. You're very fortunate I wasn't there."
Fabregas: "Or maybe you're fortunate that you didn't get the pizza?"
Keane: "Maybe so. It was a margarita I hope?"
Not Jamie asking Cesc about THAT Pizza moment 😭😂
Roy's reaction 😅 pic.twitter.com/gw2QorVaOQ
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Last night's game between the two sides showed some of that rivalry was very much alive as the quality of football was high, but the passion was palpable.
The Gunners dug deep to get a late winner, taking all three points in 3-2 win, and for the first time in a. long time, this felt like a clash between to title contenders.
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