'Like watching Strictly': Roy Keane criticises Brazil's World Cup goal celebrations

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Roy Keane criticised Brazil’s dance moves in their World Cup last-16 victory over South Korea on Monday. Subscribe to Guardian …

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  1. I don't think it's disrespectful. It's just a bit embarrassing, considering that Brazil, after over celebrating, would soon be going out the World Cup. I remember a friendly France had against Scotland, where they won 5-0, just before the 2002 tournament. France over celebrated there, against a makeshift side patched together for Scotland's first game under Berti Vogts. France went on to go out the 2002 WC, bottom of the opening group, without scoring. So pride can come before a fall.

  2. It's okay….they got what they deserved today..by loosing to Croatian…haha. it's a karma, and hope they learn how to respect opponents in future.

  3. This is Brazil magic
    Nothing with celebrating goals and a little bit of dance
    Thats why fans around the world love Brazil

  4. Brazil now eliminated, TIte sacked and going back home. I respect brazil for their celebration whatsoever. I believe brazil players do more practise and dance well in future. Now they eliminated, they can dance in flight , Airport , and Home . Post it all over social media and yell samba samba . And tite can start new job as street dancer with skirt in Karmaland

  5. The voice of reason. Brazil are a-holes for dancing, the Argentinians are a-holes for going so rough on the Dutch in the final minutes. Europe is civilization. The rest, not so much.

  6. The people who are mad with Keane need to understand that he didn't have a problem when they danced the first time , but then to do it over and over again every single time against a much weaker opposition is unnecessary. That is disrespectful to the opposition.

  7. If I'm watching a team that consists of Ronaldo, Ronaldinho and Rivaldo OR Zico, Socrates, Eder, and Falcao OR Pele, Rivelino and Jairzinho then a bit of samba dancing is OK because all those aforementioned superstars justified a little bit of exuberance because they were all so unbelievably talented. As for this latest shower of misfits. I can't find the words. Bunch of muppets. As for dancing. Seeing as that's the topic of this thread. Was Lucas Paqueta even dancing. Looked like he was having a seizure to me.

  8. Yeah Keane, things will remain the same for Brazil and England. One will remain five-time champion without any selection to at least equal the number of titles and the other will once again embitter the queue with a measly title that was much questioned and won in the last century and no one remembers.

  9. it was offensive to the whole world they were awful dancers. maybe they should practice less on soccer and get a real choreographer.. the dance was atrocious

  10. Il comprend rien. Les brésiliens sont de nature joyeuse et la danse c'est leur truc. Moi ça me fait plaisir de les voir danser ainsi que Tite qui m'a fait rire avec sa danse du pigeon ?

  11. I remember watching the England women team beat a team of mostly 16 girls 20- 0 and they celebrated everyone of those goals like they one the world cup! And most were scrapy goals or mistakes by the oppositions 16 year old keeper. The Disgusting sportsmanship shown by the England women team is the reason I'm always against then now

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