Roy Keane's priceless reaction to Slaven Bilic feeling sorry for Spain
Former Ireland midfielder Roy Keane looked suitably unimpressed when ex-West Ham manager Slaven Bilic said that he had sympathy for Spain following their 1-0 win over Iran on Wednesday.
A second-half strike from Diego Costa was the difference between the two sides in Tatarstan with Spain going to top of Group B in a tie with Portugal for first place following their 1-0 win over Morocco earlier on Wednesday.
Bilic argued that he had sympathy for Spain due to how Iran had set up defensively but former England striker Ian Wright and Keane seemed to disagree strongly with the former Hammers boss with Wright highlighting that Spain should have played better in the first-half while Keane threw his eyes to the heavens.
Roy Keane is the sober guy at a party who is getting pretty fed up with his drunk mates. pic.twitter.com/xUqfUVgB4z
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Before the match Keane also had a pop at his former assistant manager, and current Iran boss Carlos Queiroz, for what he felt was a disrespectful attitude shown towards him near the end of his time at Manchester United.
"For some reason towards the end of my time I found him really disrespectful towards me," said Keane on ITV's pre-match show.
"He questioned my loyalty and I told him where to go but one of my big regrets really was that I probably should have ripped his head off.
"But excellent coach and he's doing an excellent job it has to be said."