England fans shout ‘Ole out’ at Roy Keane as Man Utd icon is live on ITV

Manchester United fans could be heard shouting 'Ole out' towards Roy Keane, who was a pundit for England's clash with Albania on Friday evening.

The Three Lions cruised through the first half thanks to a Harry Kane hat-trick to put Gareth Southgate's side one point away from World Cup qualification.

But even the international break hasn't stopped United fans from voicing their opinions about Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

The Norwegian is under significant pressure at Old Trafford after a poor run of form.

And some United fans could be heard shouting "Roy! Ole out," towards the former Red Devils captain on Friday evening at Wembley.

United were played off the park by a rampant Manchester City last weekend, as the Red Devils looked out of their depth in a 2-0 loss.

Last month, Solskjaer's side suffered a 5-0 drubbing to Liverpool.

These two results, to their two biggest rivals, has left some disgruntled United fans to start protesting against their current gaffer.

United have slumped to sixth this season, and while, on paper, that doesn't seem too bad, the Red Devils are only three points ahead of 13th placed Southampton.

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There was only one United player in England's starting side against Albania, Harry Maguire.

And Maguire opened the scoring when he nodded England ahead within the first 10 minutes, but he celebrated by cupping his ears.

Keane branded Maguire's celebration as 'embarrassing': "He thinks he's shutting the critics up. But I think It's embarrassing.

"He's been a disgrace the last couple of months for Man Utd. He thinks if he scores there, he's going to shut his critics up. Embarrassing."

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