Dublin played Cork in the second of Saturday's All-Ireland quarterfinals. Many presumed it would be a rout for the Leinster champions, and they were proved right in the end. Cork kept things close for the opening 35 minutes and trailed by three points going into halftime. A clinical, if somewhat laid back Dublin pulled away in the second half and won by 11 points in the end.
The highlight of a drab second half was the cameraman picking Roy Keane out in the stands and flashing his face on the Croke Park big screen. Keane was in a corporate box, supporting his native county. After Keane appeared on the big screen for a few moments, a ripple of excitement was quickly met with a flurry of boos from the Dublin faithful.
There was a bit of joking around amongst Keane's friends, and Keane seemed to enjoy the moment.
Roy Keane booed at Croke Park
Roy Keane is in Croke Park to cheer on his native Cork! pic.twitter.com/NOviIOALL7
— Sky Sports GAA (@SkySportsGAA) June 25, 2022
It's Keane's second time attending a Cork football match this summer that we know of. He was relatively incognito when watching the Rebels take on Kerry in the Munster semifinal back in May.
Roy Keane - sporting a full grey beard - will clearly not be attending Harry Maguire's three-day wedding this weekend in a chateau France.
As for Cork v Dublin, the Metropolitans made it look easy in the end and a thrilling All-Ireland semifinal awaits between either Kerry or Mayo.
"It's going to be a big battle whoever it'll be," said Jonny Cooper after winning the Man of the Match award for his role as sweeper and thwarting the Cork attack.
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