It got really heated between Roy Keane and Ian Wright on ITV after England's World Cup exit
That was tense.
England will not be be playing in Sunday's World Cup final. Gareth Southgate's side lost 2-1 to Croatia on Wednesday night in a dramatic game in Moscow. England went ahead early through Kieran Trippier's brilliant free-kick and were the better side for an hour of the game.
However, Croatia, who had appeared tired after their games against Denmark and Russia earlier in the knockout stages, suddenly sparked into life.
Ivan Perisic scored with a clever finish after 68-minutes and England looked rattled. Both sides had their chances to win the tie late on, but it went into extra-time. Mario Mandzukic settled the tie 10-minutes from time. The Juventus striker crept behind England defence and fired a shot past Jordan Pickford to send Croatia into the World Cup final, where they will play France.
On ITV following the match, it got rather tense between Roy Keane and Ian Wright.
"You were talking about the final. Thinking about where the parades were. You need a reality check," Keane said, which sparked a strong reaction from Wright. Gary Neville, alongside the two with Lee Dixon, didn't know where to look as the pair bickered.
You can watch their heated conversation here:
Keane was Manchester United captain during the years when their main rivals for the Premier League title were Arsenal, a club where Wright is regarded as a legend.
The pair have definitely had bigger clashes in the past, but this one made for great television. It appears they have sorted their differences and are friends again.