Following the induction of Manchester United legend, Eric Cantona, another Red Devils great, Roy Keane has been inducted into the Premier League Hall of Fame.
The Irishman was known for his ruggedness, rash tackles, solidity in the middle of the park, leadership, his war Patrick Vieira whenever Manchester United took on Arsenal. He is now the third player to be inducted into the Premier League Hall of Fame.
Keane joined Manchester United from Nottingham forest in 1993, and he remained at Old Trafford for 13 years, winning lots of laurels for the club.
He had 366 Premier League appearances for Manchester United, and he scored 39 goals, also providing 33 assists for the Red Devils.
The 49-year-old forward will now be remembered as one of the greatest Premier League players of all time.
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