Manchester United legend Roy Keane had Twitter viewers in hysterics last night – and he didn’t even need to say anything.

The former United captain is working as a pundit for ITV Sport during the World Cup. 

Given his fiery temper as a footballer, it’s no wonder to see him take no prisoners when it comes to analysis.

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Keane was analysing Spain’s 1-0 win over Iran with Ian Wright, Slaven Bilic and Patrice Evra.

Presenter Mark Pougatch turns the conversation to Gareth Southgate’s dislocated shoulder, an injury the England manager picked up after a run at England’s training base in Repino.

Happy it wasn’t an England player instead of manager, Arsenal legend Wright asked: “What’s he doing in the woods?”

The studio then bursts into laughter but Keane stays perfectly still, not even a chuckle released. He couldn’t care less.

This wasn’t the first time Keane shocked Twitter viewers with his World Cup punditry. He also revealed some information about Iran manager Carlos Queiroz, who previously worked alongside Sir Alex Ferguson as assistant manager at United.

Keane told viewers, as per the Daily Star: “He was an excellent coach.

“Probably quite defence minded. His second spell at United, he was disrespectful towards me and questioned my loyalty.

“I told him where to go, but one of my biggest regrets was not ripping his head off.”