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Thought they would stop dancing? Think again! Brazil's players in party mood BEFORE they even get off the coach, as they ignore Roy Keane and the critics before World Cup quarter-final against Croatia

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Brazil have wasted no time in getting the party started, as their players have been filmed dancing before they even got off the coach for their World Cup quarter-final clash with Croatia.

Roy Keane branded Brazil as 'disrespectful' after players showed off a series of pre-planned dance routines to mark their goals in a 4-1 victory over South Korea - with even manager Tite getting involved.

Brazil's players showed that they are not concerned by Keane's comments, as they didn't even wait until they got into the stadium before they got into a dancing mood. 


Roy Keane accused Brazil players of being 'disrespectful' with their dancing vs South Korea

Roy Keane accused Brazil players of being 'disrespectful' with their dancing vs South Korea

TNT Sports Brazil posted a video of Brazil players jumping up and down while singing and playing instruments on their journey to the Education City Stadium. 

Among those seen in the video are Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson and Tottenham forward Richarlison - who is seen banging on a drum in the background.

Veteran Barcelona defender Dani Alves was one of only a few who decided to stay in their seat, but he is seen singing along with his team-mates.

Brazil raced into a 4-0 first-half lead in the

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