HARRY MAGUIRE's sister appears to like a tweet mocking Manchester United legend Roy Keane after his criticism of her brother.
Keane blasted Maguire's start to the season for Man Utd as a 'disgrace' and labelled his goal celebration against Albania as 'embarrassing'.
Although Maguire hasn't directly responded to Keane's comments, his celebration could be seen as a rebuttal to the criticism.
And sister Daisy didn't hold back in digging back at Keane in her own way.
The 21-year-old liked a Tweet comparing Keane's contribution towards Ireland on the international stage against Maguire's.
The tweet read: “Roy Keane for his country vs Harry Maguire for his country.”
A photo of Keane after he was infamously sent home from the Republic of Ireland squad at the 2002 World Cup accompanied the tweet.
Whereas a photo of Maguire holding a Man of the Match award during England's Euro 2020 campaign was put up next to it.
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The Maguire's aren't the only people fed up with Keane's harsh words, former Aston Villa captain Gabby Agbonlahor accused the Irishman of 'bullying'.
He said: “I’ve seen the quotes and the video of it from Roy Keane and I think Roy Keane is being a big bully, there.
“I think he’s bullying him because Harry Maguire has been under a lot of pressure after some not very good performances for Manchester United.
“This was the next game available to prove that he’s a good centre-half.
“Yes, it’s Albania but, still, we had a job to do. He scores, the excitement of scoring – you’re going to celebrate.
“If I was going for a run of bad form when I scored the goal, I’d want to do the exact same celebration – hands on your ears to the critics to say, ‘I’m going to try and put in a good performance’, and he did that.
“I thought his defending was very good and he scored a goal. Every time he does something now it feels like everyone is against him."
England manager Gareth Southgate accused Keane of trying to 'stay relevant'.
And England legend John Terry also came to Maguire's defence, with the United captain now the Three Lions' highest scoring defender ever.
Maguire played a key role in helping England sail through World Cup qualification to book their place at next year's winter tournament.
The defender scored four, including two in his last two appearances against Albania and San Marino.
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