Tottenham’s dreadful second-half performance was slammed by Roy Keane after they were thrashed 3-0 by Chelsea at White Hart Lane on Sunday.
In the first half, Spurs successfully kept Chelsea at bay, with the score remaining 0-0 and Chelsea failing to create many chances. However, Thomas Tuchel’s team came out firing in the second half, dominating as Spurs fell short.
With a powerful header, Thiago Silva broke the deadlock, before N’Golo Kante added a deflected second and Antonio Rudiger rounded off a magnificent performance with the third goal.
‘Chelsea were excellent, with real quality and desire,’ the former Manchester United midfielder said on Sky Sports.
‘It was men versus boys – I could not believe how bad Spurs were. You can have an off day and obviously some days you lose to quality, but lack of desire.
‘We saw it with the second (goal) and probably third – all the goals… talk about wanting to put your body on the line.’
Source: Daily Mail