No, we're not talking about that shirt Ian Wright chose to wear for ITV's coverage of England's World Cup exit at the hands of Croatia, we're talking about the former striker's live, on-air spat with Roy Keane.
And while the rest of the panel focused on the positves of this first half, Keane was again reluctant to get carried away.
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Keane, the former Republic of Ireland captain who infamously walked out on the squad during the build-up to the 2002 World Cup, was clearly irked by Wright, who resorted to the lowest form of attack in any argument - imitation.
That caution proved to well founded as Mario Mandzukic's extra-time victor fired Croatia into Sunday's final against France as England's expense in a tense semi-final in Moscow, with Keane biding his time before revisiting his previous discussion with Wright.
'Before the game, the whole talk was about the final, ' Keane began.
Keane added: "And I was right".
One person said: "Watching Ian Wright and Roy Keane shouting over each other for two minutes was the worst TV I've seen in a long time".
England are out of the World Cup and Roy Keane is reminding everyone when they should be happy.
"In football you've got to respect the opposition but also smell when they're there for the taking". "The things is we were just trying to like.we were happy and you weren't happy for us being happy at that time".
"Just take it one game as it comes", said Keane. England have reconnected with their supporters and found a young team they can admire while reaching a World Cup semi-final.