Roy Keane's football hard man credentials are undeniable. So when it comes to having someone judge the force of a stamp, there are few better positioned.
The Ireland assistant manager did just that on ITV during the half time analysis of Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid's Champions League quarter-final. Sergio Ramos had kicked out at Spanish international teammate Koke during the first half and was certainly lucky that the referee didn't spot the incident.
Much to the amusement of Mark Pougatch and Paul Scholes, Keane deemed that it was simply a "minor stamp".
Just a little bit, yeah. In my book it's just a minor stamp. The player definitely helped him out there. If he overreacted, he could've been in big trouble. So he's definitely helped him out.