Richard Keys sees better than goal-line technology, says France's second shouldn't have stood
Remember when Richard Keys was just a mild mannered Sky Sports anchor with particularly hairy hands?
Ever since he got sacked for several sexist incidents, Keys has become more and more outspoken in a bid for notoriety.
His latest tweet took issue with France's second goal in tonight's clash with Honduras.
The ball bounced off the post and was shown to cross the line after hitting goalkeeper Noel Valladares.
Keys, however, wasn't having it.
That wasn't in. At any time. Told you this technology wasn't fool proof.
— Richard Keys (@richardajkeys) June 15, 2014
Plenty of others felt that he was well out of order, however.
Good old Keysy. Guaranteed to get it wrong every time.
— Daniel Storey (@danielstorey85) June 15, 2014
First incident the ball wasn't over, the second incident it was over. Technology worked. Good.
— Brendan White (@WhiteBrendan) June 15, 2014
It was a goal, no? I don't understand the confusion?
— Pearse Corcoran (@CorcoranPearse) June 15, 2014