“That’s when you dance when you win”: Roy Keane is happy about Argentina’s World Cup victory
‘That’s if you dance if you win it’: Roy Keane aims to attack Brazil’s beaten stars after row over their dance – and he insists Argentina’s world champion players can party for the ‘next TEN years’ after they defeated France in the final
- Roy Keane has praised Argentina’s players after winning the World Cup
- The ex-Man United captain insisted he had no problem with the stars dancing
- His comments come after the Irishman dug up Brazilian players for their moves
- But he insisted Argentina have every right to celebrate after winning the World Cup
Roy Keane has joked that Argentina’s players “can dance whatever they want” after winning the World Cup in a clash against Brazil’s beaten stars at the World Cup in Qatar.
Keane blasted the Brazil players and then-coach Tite for dancing celebratory after scoring against South Korea in the round of 16.
The former Manchester United midfielder-turned-pundit referred to his scathing comments on ITV about Brazil after Argentina beat France on penalties to win the World Cup.
Argentina’s world champions danced on the podium as they lifted the famous trophy
Superstar captain Lionel Messi (right) led his nation to the world title in the Middle East
Keane joked that Argentina’s players will be able to dance “for the next 10 years” after winning the cup.
‘He is [Scaloni] on the sidelines he kicks every ball with them, that emotion we’re talking about is vital for this group of players and it brought the emotion across the line,” he said.
“Look what brilliant scenes, it’s just brilliant, dance as much as you want.
“They will be dancing at the hotel tonight, good luck to them, they will be dancing for the next 10 years. That’s if you dance if you win it.’
Argentina coach Lionel Scaloni was pictured dancing on the pitch with his sons during the celebrations at the Lusail Stadium.
Argentina coach Lionel Scaloni (left) dances with his children after the final whistle
A furious Roy Keane previously called Brazil’s dancing superstars “disrespectful”.
As world champion players jumped incessantly with their arms raised, Messi and co vented their relief at having won the tournament in extraordinary circumstances.
Argentina clinched their first World Cup since 1986 when superstar captain Lionel Messi finally hoisted the golden trophy to end a career-long wait to crown the world with the South American nation.
Messi scored twice in open play before sacking Argentina’s first penalty in a shoot-out against France when Kylian Mbappe’s impressive World Cup final hat-trick threatened to derail their quest for glory.
ITV pundit and former Man United captain Keane insisted Argentina’s players deserve to dance
The 35-year-old national team hero was visibly emotional after the game and fell to his knees crying before being surrounded by team-mate and former Manchester City striker and good friend Sergio Aguero.
However, Keane was not involved in the celebrations, but caught the spotlight for a moment when viewers commented on his impressive mustache, which he grew for the finale.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-11552019/THATS-dance-win-Roy-Keane-rejoices-Argentinas-World-Cup-win.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&ito=1490 “That’s when you dance when you win”: Roy Keane is happy about Argentina’s World Cup victory