ROY KEANE hilariously revealed he got into a blazing row… at a Neil Diamond concert!
The Manchester United legend spilled the beans while working as a pundit before England’s crunch Euro 2020 semi-final clash against Denmark.
Three Lions fans have adopted Neil’s 1969 classic ‘Sweet Caroline’ as their new unofficial anthem.
Supporters belted out the world-famous tune at Wembley in the build-up to kick-off.
And Keane revealed he was a huge fan of American artist Diamond, before adding he went to a concert a decade ago.
However, the night didn’t go exactly to plan for Keane.
The Red Devils icon revealed he got into a bust-up with the woman sitting next to him.
That’s because she was singing too loudly!
And Keane admits he ended up in ‘trouble’ as a result.
The Irishman said: “About ten years ago [I went to a Neil Diamond concert].
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“I ended up arguing with the woman next to me.
“She kept singing the songs out loud, so I ended up in a bit of trouble that night.
“But it was a brilliant concert!”
Keane’s comments left fellow ITV pundits Ian Wright and Gary Neville in stitches.
But when a fresh rendition burst out around the Wembley crowd, Keane politely declined to join in the sing-song.
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