Manchester United legend, Roy Keane, has made a mockery of under fire Permier League club, Arsenal, after England's win over Andorra on Sunday night.
Arsenal's Bukayo Saka who turned 20 on Sunday got a birthday goal to wrap up the 4-0 victory in the Group I World Cup qualifying match at Wembley.
The win was Saka's first of this season as his club, the Gunners, currently sitting rock bottom of the EPL summit having lost all three Premier League games so far.
Keane was caught joking that Saka should enjoy the win because he's not getting any at the north London club, according to UK Sun.
The Irishman said on ITV: "I'm sure he can enjoy the win, because he's not getting any at club level."
Keane's remarks left the punditry panel, including Arsenal legend Ian Wright, laughing.
However, the birthday boy shared his excitement during the post-match interview.
He told ITV: "The perfect birthday present for me. I am really happy we got the win and I can celebrate my birthday with this.
"I'm really happy with the support everyone gave me.
"It shows how proud they are, I’m happy we could give them the win.
"It means a lot and it made a difference to me, hearing fans cheer my name made me believe everyone supports me.
"This is what I dream about, playing at Wembley in front of my family on my 20th birthday."
Mikel Arteta's side began the 2021/22 season with an embarrassing 2-0 defeat to newcomers, Brentford.
This was followed with a 2-0 at home defeat European champions Chelsea, before a 5-0 thumping at Premier League champions, Manchester City.