Wales got their UEFA Nations League campaign off to a flyer on Thursday night with a 4-1 win over Ireland at the Cardiff City Stadium.
Ryan Giggs had only been in charge for three friendly matches before the clash against Martin O’Neill’s side but his ‘competitive’ era has started perfectly.
Wales were 3-0 ahead at half-time thanks to goals from Tom Lawrence, Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey.
It was 4-0 ten minutes into the second-half when Connor Roberts finished brilliantly from Bale’s pass.
Shaun Williams brought one back for the away side but Ireland were very much second best during the 90 minutes.
And Giggs couldn’t hide his delight at full-time.
"I enjoyed the performance, and the goals, but you always think you can do better," he told Sky Sports.
"The lads were magnificent, scored some brilliant goals and played some great football. I can't be much happier.”
But Giggs didn’t look too happy immediately after the final whistle. Instead, he looked rather confused.
Giggs shook hands with his opposite number, O’Neill, at the final whistle and the Ireland manager can be seen saying something to the Manchester United legend.
The former winger that looks utterly perplexed as he looks back in O’Neill’s direction before standing with a bemused look on his face.
It was something that presenter Manish Bhasin uploaded on Twitter after the match
Take a look:
What did O'Neill say to him!?
It was something that many fans found rather strange.
But there might be an explanation.
Some fans believe that Giggs may have been looking out for his former Man Utd teammate Roy Keane - O’Neill’s assistant manager.
However, it seems Keane was in no mood for pleasantries and seemingly walked straight down the tunnel at the final whistle.News Now - Sport News