Another week, another chance to see Roy Keane hit the roof over Eden Hazard. Last time out it was Hazard's fairly obvious lack of desire in the first leg of the Champions League tie, this time around it was the much talked about half time shirt swap with Angel Di Maria.
In reality, it's a fairly harmless incident, barely something to warrant a mention. However, in the context of Hazard's performances this season, his dalliance with a move to Paris and the fact that Ibra and co. had played Chelsea off the pitch in the first half on Wednesday, the Belgian really should have had a think about what he was doing.
Instead, he swapped shirts with Angel Di Maria and he was given the rather predictable volley of social media abuse. However, that's nothing compared to the restrained yet, somehow, equally seething response from Roy Keane.
The Irish assistant boss was on ITV last night and, unsurprisingly was asked for his thoughts on Hazard. Reading the quotes bring across some of Keane's anger.
I’m afraid to comment on this. It’s bad enough at the end of the game, but half-time in a big game, the two guys swapping shirts?
What is going through a players mindset. In such a big game, they are thinking about swapping jerseys at half-time? I wouldn’t even bother at the end of the game. Shocking.
However, it's his delivery that really makes it. Keep an eye on the half-way point in the clip below where Keane stops himself mid sentence to take in a breath of air. It says more than words ever could.