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England got carried away with talk of the final, insists Roy Keane

12 July 2018

Former Republic of Ireland captain Keane accused Wright of "embarrassing" himself after the former Arsenal striker appeared to mock Keane's Cork accent.

Picking an argument with someone like Roy Keane is a bit like insulting Vinnie Jones' mum, not the best idea.

But Twitter users were quick to peg back Mr Miliband. "The things is we were just trying to like.we were happy and you weren't happy for us being happy at that time".

Another added: "He's won a lot more than you Ed".

Roy Keane didn't think so but was Ian Wright right to be celebrating or should supporters want more?

A rarely used sentence but ITV presenter Mark Pougatch went with it as Roy Keane resumed his seat on the panel.

The former Manchester United midfielder was alongside Ian Wright, Gary Neville and Lee Dixon.

England had been gripped by World Cup fever following the team's march to the semi-final stage, with popular English terrace chant "Football's coming home" making a revival among fans. You know how hard it is to get to these finals or even get to the World Cup. Thinking about where the parades were.

Another added: "Roy Keane is a disgrace to football and should never be allowed to be involved in the game".

The responses to the Doncaster North MP's tweet came flooding in.

And a third claimed: "Roy Keane was in the studio trying to undermine John Stones who was enormous tonight - he's a smug little s***".

The Three Lions looked set for a World Cup final when Kieran Trippier netted a sensational free-kick inside 5 minutes.

Someone else referred to the clear tension that was building in the studio: "Honestly thought there was about to be a murder live on ITV".

The game was then decided late into extra-time when Juventus star Mario Mandzukic broke the hearts of a nation and sent Gareth Southgate's men home.

England got carried away with talk of the final, insists Roy Keane