“Spurs were all over the place” – Sky Sports Pundit slammed at poor attitude as he analyses Tottenham ‘dramatic’ 3-3 draw against Manchester City…

Roy Keane provided a critical analysis of Tottenham Hotspur’s defensive performance in the first half against Manchester City, characterizing it as “shocking” after conceding twice at the Etihad Stadium. Despite initially taking the lead with Son Heung-min’s powerful finish, Spurs faced a quick response from City, with Son inadvertently scoring an own goal from a free-kick.

City increased the pressure, with Erling Haaland missing a clear opportunity, and Jeremy Doku hitting the woodwork. Phil Foden then scored after an intricate passing sequence, making it 2-1. In the first half, City had 12 attempts on goal compared to Tottenham’s two, and they enjoyed 64% possession. Keane, a pundit for Sky Sports, criticized Spurs’ defending at halftime, emphasizing City’s brilliance in attack and vulnerability at the back.

During the live broadcast, Keane expressed, “City have been brilliant going forward but vulnerable at the back. Foden, I bet he can’t believe it! Spurs were all over the place. Alvarez, Foden – it’s as simple as you like. It’s shocking from Spurs. Against really good teams, you get found out. Spurs do have one or two more goals in them though. It’s a mad game!”

The game remained intense, with Jack Grealish seemingly sealing the win for Manchester City before Dejan Kulusevski headed home a Brennan Johnson cross in the 90th minute, resulting in a 3-3 draw.

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