While many people were blown away by Brazil's performance against South Korea, Roy Keane was not impressed with their celebrations.
Despite South Korea impressing in the group stages, their defence was atrocious as Brazil cut them open time and time again, particularly in the first-half as Brazil went into the interval 4-0 in front.
Brazil done what was needed in the group stages, but unlocked their full capabilities tonight in a display of skill and flair, with Vinicius Junior, Neymar, Richarlison and Paquetá all getting on the scoresheet.
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Vinicius Jr slots home the opener after wonderful skill from Raphinha in the build-up
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They really looked like they were enjoying themselves on the pitch, celebrating the only way they know how by dancing their way to victory in every opportunity.
As Brazil showed why they are the favourites in many people's eyes with the best performance of the World Cup so far, Roy Keane was less than impressed with their antics.
The South American side are known for their free flowing personality, Roy Keane wasn't having any of it. The no nonsense pundit claimed Brazil were showing disrespect for their dancing at every opportunity.
"I've never seen so much dancing, it's like strictly. I just can't believe what I'm watching, I really can't. Brazil, fantastic. South Korea, my goodness, I can't believe what I'm watching.
I don't like this. I know the point has been made about culture, but I think this is really disrespectful to the opposition. It's four and they are doing it every time.
I don't mind the first kind of jig, whatever their doing. The one after that, and then the manager getting involved, I'm not happy with it, I don't think it's good at all."
While there is no denying that Brazil like to express their freedom and personality on the football pitch, the celebrations tonight have created some debate as what is too far, with Roy Keane among the pundits not impressed by their antics.