“But it’s the one after that, and then the manager getting involved in it. I’m not happy with it. I don’t think it’s good at all.”
While Keane was left fuming with Brazil’s antics, his ITV Sport colleague Ally McCoist – working on the game as a co-commentator, took a more light-hearted view to them including their manager in the jubilation after Richarlison performed his trademark pigeon move following the third goal.
“They’ve been working on that,” McCoist said. “They must have been fairly confident they were going to score this evening!”
South Korea at least found some reason to smile in the second half, however, when Paik Seung-ho thundered a 25-yard effort past Alisson Becker to make it 4-1.