Brazil boss Tite defended his country’s ‘history’ and ‘culture’ after Roy Keane called their dancing against South Korea ‘disrespectful’, while the ITV pundit was ‘sour by his standards’, Ian Ladyman tells WORLD CUP CONFIDENTIAL
Roy Keane was ‘sour by his standards’ with his comments about Brazil’s dancing against South Korea according to Daily Mail football editor Ian Ladyman.
Players showed off a series of pre-planned dance routines to mark their goals during the match, with even boss Tite getting involved after Richarlison scored their third goal in a 4-1 triumph.
Keane called the dancing ‘disrespectful’ and compared it to ‘Strictly Come Dancing’, with the ITV pundit since doubling down on his comments after Brazil manager Tite hit back at his comments.
Also in today’s WORLD CUP CONFIDENTIAL:
Sportsmail’s pundits say not many of England’s current team would get into a combined XI with the golden generation from 20 years ago, but Gareth Southgate’s side are a better team.
Rob Draper on how Argentina are considered to be at their best since the 1980s and are giving Lionel Messi his best chance of winning the World Cup.
While Mike Keegan talks about how the Premier League academy system has helped English players and the team develop.
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Our writers Matt Barlow, Ian Ladyman, Rob Draper and Mike Keegan, were speaking as part of Sportsmail and MailPlus’ daily videocast ‘World Cup Confidential’.
It appears on MailOnline every morning of the tournament and can be found on our YouTube channel.
Roy Keane accused Brazil players of being ‘disrespectful’ with their dancing vs South Korea
The pundit told manager Tite to ‘dance in a nightclub’ after he joined in with the celebrations
Daily Mail football editor Ian Ladyman says Keane (pictured) was ‘sour by his standard’