Man Utd legend: Kompany doesn't "know what he's talking about"

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Manchester United legend Roy Keane has blasted Vincent Kompany after the Belgian star insisted that Barcelona were not superior to his side, reports The Telegraph. 

Manchester City were comfortably beaten 2-0 at the Etihad last night, however Kompany dismissed claims that his side were outplayed. 

Goals from Lionel Messi and Dani Alves put Barcelona in a commanding position against Manuel Pellegrini's side and the Sky Blues have it all to do at the Nou Camp. 

However, after Kompany's interview, ex-Manchester United captain Roy Keane suggested Kompany didn't no what he was talking about.

In the ITV studio, Keane said: "He's obviously really tired after the game. I'm not sure he knows what he's talking about."

Manchester City struggled on the night against Tata Martino's side, but didn't concede the opening goal until Martin Demichelis gave away a penalty and was sent off after 54 minutes. 

When City return to the Nou Camp on March 12 they will have to produce a miracle to ensure their passage to the quarter finals of the competition. 

Meanwhile, Keane's ex-side Manchester United will be back in European action next week as David Moyes' side travel to Greece to take on Olympiacos. 

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