Brazil powered past South Korea by four goals to one to advance to the quarter-finals of the World Cup for the 17th time in their history.
The Selecao were 3-0 up after half an hour and got involved in a little boogie during the goal celebrations, something that Roy Keane didn’t take too kindly to.
At halftime during ITV’s broadcast of the match, Keane gave his thoughts on the players’ actions.
Brazilian coach Tite with the mooooooves 🕺
Doesn't impress Ally McCoist though 😆 pic.twitter.com/7IOc591ffY
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“I’ve never seen so much dancing, it was like watching Strictly. I can’t believe what I’m watching.
“I don’t like it though [the dancing]. Eni made the point about the culture but I think it is really disrespectful to the opposition. I don’t mind the first one, but doing it after that and then with the manager, I don’t like that at all.”
It’s unlikely that Keane’s words will have too much effect on Brazil going forward, as they prepare themselves for their quarter-final against Croatia on Friday.