Lee Dixon told Roy Keane on ITV's highlights of the Champions League on Wednesday night that he was a 'glutton for punishment' for attending Eastlands on Tuesday to see Man City's victory against Barcelona.
'It was a bad decision' quipped Keane.
That was not the only time last night where the Man Utd fan in Keane bubbled to the surface. While speaking about how much the win will mean to City, Keane added in that he didn't enjoy the game 'that much'.
You can't get your head around how much it would mean to the club last night. I was at the ground - not that I was enjoying it that much - but you could see with the supporters, even they couldn't get their heads around it. Not just the way they won the game, it was how dominant they were and the chances they were creating.
If you went to Man City today, the belief and momentum that they could take out of that - it doesn't guarantee that they'll win the next game, but the belief they can take from it can only help them.
Earlier in his analysis of the game, Keane said that in the first half of the match, City looked like they 'didn't even belong in the Champions League' but once Ilkay Guendogan got the equaliser, everything changed.