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Former Manchester United star John O'Shea has opened up on the infamous Highbury tunnel row between Roy Keane and Patrick Vieira in 2005, revealing how 'clever' Gary Neville was in the dressing room before kick-off.
Reigning champions Arsenal and serial Premier League winners Manchester United met at Highbury in February 2005, and the fierce clash was preceded by a tempestuous bust-up between the two former captains.
The incident was sparked by Vieira picking a fight with Keane's team-mate Neville, who told the Manchester United dressing room before kick-off about his altercation with the Arsenal midfielder.
As the players prepared to walk out on to the pitch, furious Keane was heard firing expletives and pointing aggressively at the Gunners captain.
John O'Shea has opened up on the Highbury tunnel row between Roy Keane and Patrick Vieira in 2005. The ex-Manchester United captain is pictured firing expletives at the Arsenal star
Keane (right) was incensed after Vieira (left) picked a fight with his team-mate Gary Neville
'I was on the bench that night,' O'Shea told Off The Ball, reflecting on the Red Devils' 4-2 win. 'But the best thing