Roy Keane stuns ITV presenter Laura Woods by describing Kevin De Bruyne's performance as 'SEXY' as the Belgian fires Manchester City into the quarter-finals of the FA Cup with a 3-0 win over Bristol City
- Roy Keane describes Kevin De Bruyne's goal against Bristol City as 'sexy'
- The pundits description takes presenter Laura Woods completely by surprise
- De Bruyne notched the third goal in City's 3-0 win in the FA Cup Fifth Round tie
Roy Keane left ITV presenter Laura Woods stunned as he described Kevin De Bruyne's display against Bristol City as 'sexy' after Manchester City booked their place in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup.
Woods was in the chair for coverage of the Fifth Round tie, with Keane alongside Ian Wright on punditry duty as Phil Foden notched twice for Pep Guardiola's men, before De Bruyne wrapped up the 3-0 win for Pep Guardiola's side.
Talking about the Belgian's strike after the game, the former Manchester United man was full of compliments for the City playmaker and described his performance by using a somewhat surprising turn of phrase.
Keane told ITV: 'I love watching him live. It's the little details he gets right, in terms of his decision making, weight of pass, he's got a goal in him…he is world class.
'Some of the stuff tonight, this goal, Jack does really well here, the weight of the pass is perfect and this is pure quality. I said when we were watching 'sexy football'.
Roy Keane described the performance and goal from Man City's Kevin De Bruyne as sexy
The Belgian was on target as Man City saw off Bristol City 3-0 in the FA Cup Fifth Round
Laura Woods was amused and shocked by Keane's description of De Bruyne's goal on the night
'The weight of pass and then when he gets the ball there wasn't a doubt in my mind that he was going to score. It was like a tap in for him. I love watching him.'
The remark seemed to shock the presenter, who didn't see the use of the word 'sexy' coming out of the mouth of the 51-year-old, and she questioned if De Bruyne would foresee the description his display got from Keane.
Woods quipped: 'What I enjoy as well, is that Kevin de Bruyne will go home, he’ll turn on the telly, he’ll watch the highlights back and he’ll wonder how Roy Keane described it. I don’t think he would have expected him to say ‘sexy’, but here we are!'
Ian Wright was also full of praise for the De Bruyne goal, but chose to use a more traditional analysis of the strike. Critiquing the Bristol City defence for backing off, but also praising the 'top quality' of the goal and the performance of Manchester City.
The win means Guardiola's side are still fighting on three fronts this season, with their title fight with Arsenal in the Premier League - where the trail the Gunners by two points - and their bid to win the Champions League.
They face the second leg of their last 16 clash, at home to RB Leipzig next month, with the tie evenly balanced at 1-1.
City booked their place in the FA Cup quarter-finals, one of three trophies they are fighting for
اخلاء مسئولية! : هذا المحتوى لم يتم انشائة او استضافته بواسطة موقع اخبار الكورة و اي مسؤلية قانونية تقع على عاتق الموقع مصدر الخبر : dailymail.co.uk  , يتم جمع الاخبار عن طريق خدمة ال RSS المتاحة مجانا للجمهور من المصدر : dailymail.co.uk  مع الحفظ على حقوق الملكية الخاصة بمصدر الخبر.