ROY KEANE was hilariously booed by the Anfield crowd after returning for Manchester United in a legends’ charity match against Liverpool.
Keane played alongside fellow Old Trafford legends including Jaap Stam, Darren Fletcher, Michael Carrick and Dimitar Berbatov.
And Ronnie Johnsen came over to hand Keane the captain’s armband when he was subbed on.
But the seven-time Premier League winner modestly refused.
The score was 1-1 at the time of Keane’s introduction as Berbatov’s strike was cancelled out by Mark Gonzalez.
But Florent Sinama-Pongolle found the winner with eight minutes remaining to hand Liverpool victory on the day.
And it also gave them a 5-3 win on aggregate following the Reds legends’ 3-1 triumph in the first leg at Old Trafford back in May.
Keane’s decision to take part in the match comes just one month after he admitted his fitness levels are “embarrassing”.
Speaking to Off The Ball in August, he said: “I’m not fit. I’m far from fit. My fitness levels are actually very, very embarrassing.
“Just because I’ve not put on loads of weight doesn’t mean to say I’m fit. I wouldn’t really be able to do any running.
“Put it this way, I’ve been invited a number of times over the last few years to play legends games or whatever you want to call it.
“I’d find it really difficult because I wouldn’t be able to get around. Too many injury problems.
“I try to have a decent diet and I’m obviously weary about putting on too much weight.
“But I certainly wouldn’t be fit enough to go on any sort of run. I do a small bit of cycling but even that – I’m not exactly Sean Kelly.”