Roy Keane describes Spurs player as a disaster after Liverpool losss

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Serge Aurier has had more than his fair share of frustrating moments at Tottenham Hotspur this season.

The Ivorian was sent off within the first half hour of the Premier League match against Southampton following two bookings which left his team-mates having to play with ten men for over an hour.

He was defensively inept in the 7-2 thrashing by Bayern Munich where he was caught out of position on multiple occasions and showed no desire to track back which allowed former Arsenal player Serge Gnabry to run riot.

Aurier once again proved he is a liability to the Tottenham side when he gave away a late penalty at Anfield yesterday afternoon to hand Liverpool a 2-1 victory.

He clipped Sadio Mane’s leg inside the box and referee Anthony Taylor had no choice but to point to the spot from which Mo Salah scored the winner.

Former Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane slammed the 26-year-old after the game and labelled him as a ‘car crash’.

Keane told Sky Sports Premier League TV channel on 27/10/19 from 7:15pm:  “Listen, this guy (Aurier), he’s a car crash, isn’t he?

“We almost felt five minutes before he done it what he was going to do…

“Mane’s clever here, he’s sharp, but you’ve also got to know the player you’re up against and he knew exactly what was going to happen.

“We felt it in the studio right before it was going to happen. This full-back, he’s a disaster.”


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