Aprés Match brilliantly parody Eamon Dunphy's on-air profanity

The Irish satirists mocked the analyst’s controversial recent F-bomb.

ONE OF THE most discussed moments of the World Cup so far from an Irish perspective has been Eamon Dunphy’s on-air profanity and its ensuing ramifications.

Aprés Match have unsurprisingly taken a satirical look at this incident, combining humour focusing on Dunphy’s apology and his characteristically harsh assessment of England players.

Check out the skit below, from about 0.45 seconds in, following footage of Dunphy’s actual apology.

Source: David O'Neill/YouTube

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