WATCH: Roy Keane used the moth invasion to poke fun at Ryan Giggs

Roy Keane was in flying form on TV last night, gleefully taking the p**s out of former Manchester United teammate Ryan Giggs.

The two were on ITV’s panel for the European Championship final between hosts France and Portugal.

There was an infestation of moths in the Stade De France before kick-off, and Keano turned it to his advantage.

“We thought Giggsy opened his wallet,” he said about the moths, to roars of laughter from the rest of the panel.

Fair play to Giggs - he fought back against the sarcastic Corkman..

I lent him a Golf GTI for a week, well he said a week,” Giggs said. “Six months later, he's still got it.”

But Keano wasn't remotely bothered, answering: “There was a full tank when I gave it back.”

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