Hilarious moment Roy Keane HIDES from German selfie-hunters during a trip to a Berlin shopping mall with Ian Wright

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Manchester United legend Roy Keane hilariously hid from selfie-hunters during a visit to a mall in Germany. 

Keane and fellow ITV pundits have descended onto Germany to cover the Euros which kicked off on Friday night. 

The 52-year-old was on punditry duty alongside Ian Wright and Graeme Souness as the hosts thrashed Scotland 5-1 at the Allianz Arena. 


Prior to the match, Keane went sightseeing with Ian Wright, who posted a TikTok which showed the Irishman hiding from a fan. 

Keane is known for his cold approach but was in the mood for some fun when Wright was stopped at a mall in Berlin. 

Ian Wright posed for a photo with a German fall during a trip to the mall with Roy Keane

Ian Wright posed for a photo with a German fall during a trip to the mall with Roy Keane

Keane then hilariously hid behind a column and away from the fan with a smirk on his face

Keane then hilariously hid behind a column and away from the fan with a smirk on his face

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The video then pans to the former midfielder who backtracks before concealing himself behind a column, with Wright unable to hold back his laughter. 

Keane was later back to his usual as he torched Scotland’s players for ‘letting down supporters’ after their thumping defeat by Germany. 

‘Andy Robertson spoke at the end of the game and said they had a game plan. It’s all well and good having a plan,’ he told ITV Sport.   

‘He said they weren’t aggressive enough. You have to be aggressive in a game of football. When you’re up against opposition who are much stronger than you, being aggressive is part of being a footballer.

‘My goodness, when you’re playing at this level, you’ve got to hit people. Hit them properly, hit them aggressively, do it in the right way. 

‘If you step off them like Scotland did tonight… It’s no good talking after the game saying we had a game plan. It’s rubbish! Andy Robertson… it’s all just rubbish coming out. 

Keane was later back to his usual as he torched Scotland's players for 'letting down supporters'

Keane was later back to his usual as he torched Scotland’s players for ‘letting down supporters’

‘You knew before the game what was at stake and after the game it’s no good saying “we’ll regroup and be angry tomorrow.” You should be angry for a long time. 

‘They spoke before the game about creating history – they’re creating history by playing as bad as that and letting their manager and supporters down.’