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.
"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."
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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."
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