Roy Keane had no time for Micah Richards' Man City celebrations
"You're loving this, aren't you, Roy?"
Roy Keane understandably wasn't in a party mood on Sunday afternoon as Manchester City lifted the Premier League trophy.
Pep Guardiola's side pipped Liverpool to the title after recording a dramatic 3-2 win over Aston Villa at the Etihad Stadium.
Following the game, Sky Sports pundit and ex-Man City defender Micah Richards joined in with the celebrations on the pitch.
Keane, however, could barely look at his colleague.
Roy Keane and Micah Richards after Man City win the Premier League.
"You're loving this, aren't you, Roy?" Sky Sports presenter Dave Jones asked Keane as Richards danced behind them.
"Absolutely fantastic," Keane replied. "It's great to be here."
You can watch the clip below.
Keane's face 😂pic.twitter.com/4eFLGCH2qi
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Man City win the Premier League title.
Man City won their fourth Premier League title in five years on Sunday. Guardiola's side were trailing Villa 2-0 with 15 minutes to go. Meanwhile, at Anfield, Liverpool beat Wolves 3-1 and would've been crowned champions if City failed to win.
However, Rodri and substitute Ilkay Gundogan (2) scored for City, however, and they clinched the title in a dramatic fashion. Following the match, Guardiola paid tribute to his team.
"The moment we found a goal it changed everything. We are playing in not normal circumstances but you have to handle it," he said.
"Gundogan is the best inside runner we have. We were arriving down the sides and we needed a player with the sense of tempo in the box and he’s the best.
"We are legends. When you win the Premier League four times in five seasons it’s because these guys are so, so special. We will be remembered. The first title we won with lots of margin, then at Brighton, then winning at home without fans and now with people, it’s the best.
"The magnitude of your achievement is defined by the magnitude of your rival. I’ve never seen a team like Liverpool. I know it’s tough but a huge congratulations to them. They help us to be a better team.
"Today is special as it’s the fifth anniversary of the Manchester arena attack when 22 people were killed. This is for the families. Today was special."