If you are going to ask Roy Keane for a selfie, you have to choose your moment.
One fan seemed to get it wrong when asking the Manchester United legend in the middle of Sunday’s NFL game at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The television cameras showed the moment the supporter in question approached Keane for a picture, blocking his view of the game.
The former midfielder, turned top pundit, did not look happy and seemingly pointed at the pitch to indicate the match was on.
As the person walked away, he continued to shake his head from the incident.
talkSPORT host Laura Woods, working for ITV on the day, said of the incident: “You’ve got Roy Keane, Manchester United legend, what would you think to do? Ask for a selfie? What would the answer be? It would be a hard no.”
However, it’s unclear if the fan got his wish at the end of the game given that it also appeared Keane uttered the word ‘after’.
Keane, who was an avid Tottenham fan as a youngster, appears to be a big fan of NFL and last year even compared Phil Foden to star quarterback Tom Brady.
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The match itself between the New York Giants and Green Bay Packers was a thriller, with the Giants grabbing a 27-22 victory to record their best start for 13 years.
There was a distinct football [soccer] theme to the afternoon with star running back Saquon Barkley warming up in a Spurs shirt, while two Packers wide receivers, Allen Lazard and Romeo Doubs, even pulled out the Erling Haaland meditating celebration after their team scored a touchdown.
Aaron Rodgers, meanwhile, explained before the match why he switched allegiances from Man City to Liverpool.
He said City sent him a bunch of shirts and they also played a match at Lambeau Field over the summer.
Don’t tell Keano that, Aaron!
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