‘THAT’S when you dance’ – Man Utd legend Roy Keane takes final dig at Brazil after Argentina’s World Cup win

ROY KEANE aimed one final dig at Brazil following Argentina’s World Cup final victory over France.

The ITV pundit was left fuming earlier in the tournament when Brazil’s stars danced after all four goals in their 4-1 win over South Korea.

Twitter / @itvfootballRoy Keane took a final dig at Brazil as he praised Argentina[/caption]

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APThe ITV pundit originally slammed Brazil for their dancing during the last-16[/caption]

Neymar and Co were then knocked out in the quarter-finals by Croatia.

Argentina meanwhile won the tournament with a penalty shootout win over France after an incredible final finished 3-3.

The players celebrated wildly on the pitch, before continuing the celebrations in the dressing room.

Manchester United icon Keane didn’t mind this time, pointing out “that’s when you dance” in a cheeky dig at Brazil.

He said on ITV after the final: “Look what brilliant scenes, it is just brilliant, dance all you want.

“They’ll be dancing at the hotel tonight, good luck to them, they’ll be dancing for the next 10 years.

“That’s when you dance, when you win it.”

Argentina captain Lionel Messi danced with a $10million cheque in the dressing room after the game, while another person celebrated by diving head first into a wheelie bin.

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Keane had originally slammed Brazil for “disrespecting” their opponents by dancing during the last-16.

He famously blasted at the time: “It’s like watching Strictly. I can’t believe what I’m watching.

“I don’t like this. I think it’s disrespecting the opposition. It’s four [goals] and they’re doing it every time.

“I don’t mind the first kind of little jig – whatever they’re doing – but they’re still doing it after that and then the manager getting involved with it.

“I’m not happy with it, I don’t think it’s very good at all.”

Keane was criticised by members of the Brazil camp for his words, before the five-time champions and pre-tournament favourites crashed out of the tournament in the last-eight.

And the 51-year-old, who showed off a new look ahead of the final, ended up having the last laugh.

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