Gary Neville reveals what Roy Keane wrote down after England goal versus Senegal leaving Micah Richards in stitches | The Sun

ROY KEANE has lifted the lid on what he wrote while Gary Neville and Ian Wright celebrated wildly during England's win over Senegal.

A clip went viral of the Irishman calmly jotting down notes as fellow pundits Neville and Wright lost their cool in the studio.



Keane, who played 67 times for Ireland, wasn't bothered one bit when Harry Kane put the Three Lions 2-0 up in the last-16.

Instead he turned his back on the pitch to jot down a quick note.

And now fellow ITV pundit Neville has revealed exactly what he wrote, leaving Micah Richards in stitches.

Speaking to SkyBet's YouTube channel, Neville told Richards: "I grabbed his notes… it didn't go down well."

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Neville then added: "When the second goal went in, he wrote 'game over'."

Richards, who is working for the BBC at the World Cup, could not contain his laughter.

Neville continued: "I put it up to the camera and he snatched it out of my hands!"

But Keane hit back and defended his far from detailed note taking.

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He pointed out: "It was game over! Just in case I forgot."

It's been an eventful World Cup for Keane, who hit out at Brazil for their dancing, and ripped off his shirt after scoring the winner in an ITV vs BBC match.

The Manchester United legend even admitted he had to fly home during the tournament for a break as his "tolerance levels" were being pushed.

He revealed: "I had a break. I needed a break, just my tolerance levels.

"Yeah, people get on my nerves."

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