Ryan Giggs says Joe Hart went "too far" in the tunnel

The Manchester City goalkeeper admitted he was little too "childish" and should have been calmer in the tunnel
 
Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs believes Joe Hart went "too far" in the tunnel ahead of England's Euro 2016 clash with Iceland.
 
The Manchester City keeper, currently on loan at Torino, was part of the England team dumped out by the competition's minnows.
 
Ahead of the game the shot-stopper was seen ranting and raving while attempting to rally the first XI for the match.
 
But his over-excitement backfired when Iceland beat England 2-1 to knock them out in the last-16 stage of the tournament.
 
"People are different, players are different and motivate themselves in different ways," said Giggs, discussing Hart's antics.
 
"Some people need to psych themselves up. The problem was the result, if England win that game it probably wouldn't have been talked about.
 
"He went too far in the tunnel, he admits that, but people are different."
 
Hart was also vocal in the dressing room throughout the competition.
 
After the competition he admitted that in hindsight a calmer approach may have been more benficial.
 
Speaking to ITV sport, Hart said: "I think in the tunnel I was too excited - that was down to just childishness.
 
"I thought it was the right thing to do. I just let my emotions get the better of me.
 
"At the Euros I didn't do things right but I wanted to do something about the summer and that's one of the things I've evaluated."
 
The 29-year-old will make his 70th cap against Lithuania as captain on Sunday.
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