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Kerry's Barry John Keane celebrates with the Sam Maguire cup. Picture credit: Stephen McCarthy / SPORTSFILE

Kerry's Barry John Keane celebrates with the Sam Maguire cup. Picture credit: Stephen McCarthy / SPORTSFILE

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Kerry's Barry John Keane celebrates with the Sam Maguire cup. Picture credit: Stephen McCarthy / SPORTSFILE

Was it worse than Sean Kavanagh's rugby tackle on Conor McManus? Barry John Keane has been blasted on social media for kicking the ball off Paul Durcan's tee during injury time yesterday.

The Kerry sub was booked for the incident which happened immediately after Bryan Sheehan had given Kerry a three-point lead in the 71st minute.

Although, it doesn't fall under the black card rule (technically), should he have walked? His act was certainly cynical, if not pivotal.

Donegal still managed to manufacture a goal chance with Colm McFadden hitting the post with a last-gasp chance.

Here is the incident again:

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