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Roy Keane's Reaction To England's Opener In Euro 2020 Final Was Priceless

Josh Lawless

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Roy Keane's Reaction To England's Opener In Euro 2020 Final Was Priceless

Roy Keane's reaction to England taking the lead in the Euro 2020 final was utterly hilarious.

The Three Lions went 1-0 up through Luke Shaw, who scored the fastest goal in the history of European Championship finals and sent Wembley wild.

The Manchester United left-back found the net with 1 minute and 57 seconds on the clock after Kieran Trippier picked him out at the far post.

ITV posted footage of their punditry team losing their minds, with Gary Neville pumping his fists in the air and Ian Wright and Emma Hayes sharing a wonderful embrace yet again.

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Of course proud Irishman Keane was never going to join the celebrations but he conjured up some hilarity when he coolly moved the teas on the table so they would not spill.

The care he had for his drink was quite something.

"I spent the next 20 minutes getting the wrath of him for knocking his coffee over!" Neville remarked after he annoyed his former Manchester United skipper.

The only person calmer than Keane at Wembley was actually Gareth Southgate, whose celebration was understated to say the least.

ITV posted footage of the England boss' reaction to Shaw's fantastic finish and he did very well to contain his emotions.

He let out a bit of a fist pump and clapped the lovely flowing move from his team but maintained a remarkable level of composure - clearly aware that there was still a long, long way to go

Topics: Euro 2020, England, Roy Keane, Italy

Josh Lawless
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