Ian Wright mocks Roy Keane's accent after heated exchange

England v Croatia World Cup 2018 Roy Keane tan

ITVEngland v Croatia Roy Keane left fans very distracted during tonight's match

No, we're not talking about that shirt Ian Wright chose to wear for ITV's coverage of England's World Cup exit at the hands of Croatia, we're talking about the former striker's live, on-air spat with Roy Keane.

One tweet read: "Roy Keane, you never got anywhere f***ing near aWorld Cup final".

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As England face Croatia in their biggest match for nearly three decades, there's something distracting fans watching at home - Roy Keane's tan.

Apparently, the former Labour leader was also upset and took to Twitter to blast the reaction of Roy Keane in the ITV studio.

"Before the game, the whole talk was about the final, the final".

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Following England's heartbreaking loss to Croatia after extra time in the semi-finals of the epic footballing tournament that has been Russian Federation 2018, the pair got into a right old ding-dong in the TV studio.

Keane added: "And I was right".

Wright, sat alongside fellow ex-England internationals Gary Neville and Lee Dixon, fired back: "Why shouldn't we get excited about it? You need a reality check", the former Manchester United captain told his ex-Arsenal rival.

England are out of the World Cup and Roy Keane is reminding everyone when they should be happy.

It was pretty clear that Keane had been waiting for his moment to bite back at Wright after his early tournament confidence had become more than a little tiresome and when he picked his moment, he went with all guns blazing.

"We weren't talking about the final, we were just having a laugh with you". You take it one game at a time.

"If they show enough courage, they'll win the game but they've been in this position before and messed things up so let's see", said the Cork man.
"We were happy, you weren't happy for us to be happy at that time".

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