Robbie Savage has a Twitter meltdown as Wolves beat Derby

The former Derby midfielder singled three players out for criticism on social media.

Robbie Savage was reduced to a Twitter meltdown after Wolverhampton Wanderers beat Derby County 2-0 at Molineux on Friday night.

The former Derby midfielder was left livid as Wolves ran out 2-0 winners against the side that had thrashed them 5-0 earlier in the Championship season.

And Savage singled three Derby stars out for criticism after the two-goal defeat: captain Richard Keogh, goalkeeper Lee Grant and defender Craig Forsyth.

Initially, Savage began with Twitter tears and blaming the Rams' defending as a whole.

But more was to come as Savage singled Keogh out and also asked questions of Derby boss Steve McClaren after the Wolves win.

And that wasn't it, either! The BBC Sport pundit rounded off his social media rant with two angry tweets aimed once again at the trio of Forsyth, Keogh and Grant.

Derby are now five points off the automatic promotion places having played a game more than those above them. Kenny Jackett's Wolves side, however, have continued their speedy surge up the Championship table.

Wolves are now seventh, level on points with sixth-placed Brentford (before their game this weekend). A play-off place is within reach for Jackett's men... 

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