‘What’s happening?’ – Roy Keane left bemused after Stormzy gatecrashes Sky Sports after Man Utd win over Li… – The Sun

ROY KEANE was left bemused after rap star Stormzy joined Sky Sports' pitchside coverage at Old Trafford.
The Manchester United fan travelled to see Erik ten Hag's side beat Liverpool 2-1.
Jamie Carragher, Gary Neville and Keane were providing analysis after the match when Stormzy made a surprise appearance.
And it left United's former captain shocked, as Keane said: “I thought this was a football show, what’s happening?”
Fans online were loving the surprise pairing between Keane and Stormzy.
One said: "Roy Keane and Stormzy is a funny link up."
Another added: "I think Roy Keane hanging out with Stormzy was a bigger highlight than Man Utd beating Liverpool."
Stormzy, one of Britain's most prominent music artists, then joked he was star-struck having been in the presence of Premier League legends.
He said: "Sorry, I'm a bit flustered right now.
"Do you know what it is? I've never met these lot before, so we was walking past, we was a bit star-struck and someone gave me a mic and now I'm here!"

The performer picked the perfect game to go to, as goals from Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho won United the match.
It was a much needed result for Ten Hag, who suffered shock defeats to Brighton at home and Brentford away before Liverpool's visit.
The Dutchman said: "We can talk about tactical but it is all about attitude. There was communication and a fighting spirit.
"I wanted a different approach and a different attitude and that is what they brought on the pitch.
"It is only a start. We can play with much more composure and much more danger.
"Be a team and have a good spirit – and that is what we saw today. It is not always about what I said.
"I said we have to act and not to talk a lot and make sure you are a team and battle and be brave and give each other options."

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