There's been a lot of talk about whether Irish people should be supporting England in their World Cup quarter-final today but it seems Keith Andrews is taking things a bit too far.
The RTÉ pundit has been offering his opinions while sporting a rather dapper-looking waistcoat and it's reminding people of the style of England manager/new-found fashion icon Gareth Southgate.
Gareth's dress sense has attracted almost as much attention at this World Cup as his tactical nous and it's easy to see why...
Tonight was great but do you know what’s greater?
Gareth’s WAISTCOAT! pic.twitter.com/nhw0rtKG3H
— Gareth Southgate’s Waistcoat (@gswaistcoat) July 3, 2018
It now appears Keith Andrews has paid his own tribute to the man and people are loving it...
— Paul Cleary (@clearypaul5) July 7, 2018
Fair play to Keith Andrews wearing his waistcoat in support of Gareth Southgate
— Philip Egan (@philegansport) July 7, 2018
You know the England furore has gone too far when Keith Andrews is wearing a waistcoat. This has to stop. #WorldCup
— Rachel O'Neill (@ronronzo) July 7, 2018
— Noel (@NoelMahalo) July 7, 2018
Keith Andrews channeling his inner Gareth Southgate with the blue shirt/waistcoat combo!
— Rob Letters (@RobLetters) July 7, 2018
To be fair, if you're appearing on TV alongside fashionistas like Liam Brady and Eamon Dunphy, you definitely have to up your game.