Man Utd legend Keane defends underfire Man City ace Adebayor
The Manchester United legend said: “Fair play to the boy, I think he’s apologised after the game.
“He probably knows he’s done a bit wrong. The Arsenal fans were clearly frustrated with his behaviour, but players make mistakes. When he scored he got a bit carried away.
“We shouldn’t go over board on him. I think we should go easy on the boy. He’s apologised and from my point of view, if he was one of my players I’d hope everybody would leave it at that.”