Roy Keane was not happy with Luke Shaw for warming up with a hat on before Liverpool match

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Roy Keane was optimistic about Manchester United's chances of beating Liverpool earlier on Sunday.

The Irishman said on Sky that it would not be a shock if United beat the Reds at Anfield.

"The word upset has been mentioned. Manchester United getting a result against Liverpool is not an upset. It's Manchester United," Keane told Sky Sports, per Yahoo.

"They'll have to play well, particularly the goalkeeper, but they're more than capable of getting a result.

"It will be very difficult, it's always a tough game. But this idea that it's beyond them to get a result here [at Anfield] is ridiculous."

However, roughly 25 minutes before kick-off, Keane's mindset changed.

Keane saw a number of United players, including Luke Shaw, warming up with a hat.

And that tipped Keane over the edge.

"When I see Shaw coming back into the team... the nearer we're getting to kick-off, the more worried I'm getting," he said. "I was fine about two hours ago.

"But when I see the players getting warmed up in silly hats..."

Imagine getting so wound up for someone warming up with a hat on.

Keane was also not happy about Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Harry Maguire's pre-match interviews.

"I've heard Ole getting interviewed there and Maguire... it's as if their mindset is they don't want to get beaten. That's negative talk already. I'm worried, I have to say."

Never change, Keano.

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