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Even Roy Keane cracked a smile after Ryan Giggs savaged Patrice Evra live on ITV

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Whatever you think of Roy Keane, you’ve got to admit he is an entertaining pundit.

Some are afraid to speak their mind, especially under controversial circumstances, but Keane certainly does not fall under that bracket.

He is part of ITV’s punditry team for the World Cup, and he has produced some quality moments so far.

But one thing that Keane does: he very rarely shows happiness.

Seeing Keane smile is one thing that does not happen very often.

That is until yesterday.

Keane was working on ITV for France v Peru, and was joined by Ryan Giggs and Patrice Evra.

After Evra finished raving about Ashley Young, Ryan Giggs said: “To be fair they [United] have not had a good left-back since Dennis Irwin.”

And that proved to crack Keane, who produced a very rare smile.

Watch the segment here:

Incredible. It looks like he tried his best to hold it in, but he just couldn’t help himself.

Keane does show happiness from time to time after all.

Viewers around the world thought the whole situation was rather amusing, with many expressing their disbelief that Keane cracked a smile.

That's not the only comedy moment Keane has produced since the World Cup started.

The 46-year-old hit the headlines a few days back when he claimed he regrets not ripping Carlos Quieroz’s head off when the two were at Manchester United, to the amusement of fans around the world.

“In his second spell when he came back, for some reason towards the end of my time I found him to be really disrespectful towards me so we had a bit of fallout,” he said.

“He questioned my loyalty and I told him where to go.

“And one of my big regrets is that I probably should have ripped his head off.

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Topics:
Roy Keane
Football
Peru Football
France Football
World Cup
Patrice Evra
Ashley Young
Manchester United

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