MANCHESTER UNITED legend Roy Keane looked visibly unimpressed as Micah Richards danced wildly behind him during Man City’s title celebrations.
The defending champs left it late to mount a comeback against Aston Villa at the Etihad.
And at the final whistle, the Etihad burst into unbridled joy.
Fans flooded the field to mob their heroes – with some even breaking a CROSSBAR.
Meanwhile, Guardiola burst into tears as he was embraced by his coaching staff following the epic match.
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And Sky Sports pundit Richards couldn’t help but break out dancing as a familiar tune close to the hearts of City fans was chanted around the stadium.
Richards could be heard singing the popular “Toure” song, created by City fans in tribute to brothers Yaya and Kolo.
But fellow pundit Keane looked like he wanted to be anywhere else in the world.
The Irishman had to endure seeing old side United crash to defeat on the final day of the season.
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As he contemplated Richards’ dancing, Keane was then told by presenter Dave Jones: “You’re loving this Roy!”
To which Keane replied sarcastically: “Yeah absolutely, fantastic, it’s great to be here.”
Before he gave a wry smile, adding: “[It’s] torture!”
Co-pundit Jamie Redknapp then got involved over Richards’ dancing, saying: “If he wasn’t so big, I think I’d try and knock him out.”
The trio couldn’t help but laugh though, as Richards refused to turn around and instead showed off some disco moves.
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Despite looking uncomfortable with the dancing, Keane did find time to hail City’s incredible performance.
He said: “The bottom line is, the challenge City faced today was in front of them, Aston Villa.
“You know you’ve got to score three goals to win the title. That’s huge pressure. You’ve got to get the ball running.
“Credit to City. Them and Liverpool are the hardest working teams.”
Richards added: “You think about 10 years ago, nothing can be replicated, yes, the timings aren’t the same.
“But I did say at half time this team will fight until the end. It was down in the dumps. Then the crowd after the first goal – it started to turn.
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“They have to enjoy it. I’m so happy for Jack Grealish – it means so much.
“When you come into the Man City side, everyone expects you to do well. In 38 games he’s done more than enough to achieve it.”