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'A Cop Out' - Roy Keane's Analysis Of Wales' Semi-Final Defeat To Portugal

'A Cop Out' - Roy Keane's Analysis Of Wales' Semi-Final Defeat To Portugal
By PJ Browne Updated

On ITV, the pundits were lined up in terms of seniority. Roy Keane took the number one seat next to Mark Pugatch. At number two was Ryan Giggs, number three - ahead of Lee Dixon because he's Welsh was Craig Bellamy.

Keane felt Wales not really having a go at Portugal until they went 2-0 down was 'a cop out'. He was also critical of James Chester, Wales' weakest defender in the air, marking Cristiano Ronaldo at the corner from which Portugal's opening goal was scored.

Keane also criticised Ashley Williams, who he described as 'experienced', for his role in Portugal's second where Nani redirected a Ronaldo shot beyond the reach of Wayne Hennessey.

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