Liverpool victory against Spartak Moscow in the champions League on Wednesday night to qualify for the next round of the competition wasn’t enough to escape the ire of Roy Keane.
Former Manchester United skipper is still not convinced by the Reds as they enter the knockout stage.
Liverpool delivered a scintillating attacking display on Wednesday evening to smash seven goals past Spartak Moscow in the Champions League.
A hat-trick by Philippe Coutinho plus two Sadio Mane strikes and goals from Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino meant Jurgen Klopp’s men progressed to the last 16 as group winners.
And Keane isn’t convinced they’ll cause much of a splash, due to the perceived easier nature of the opponents they have faced so far.
He told ITV: “A comfortable night for them tonight, a good start and their attacking players certainly enjoyed it.
“But the big tests are yet to come for Liverpool.
“Clearly they’re beating these so-called lesser teams, and the same in the Premier League.
“But they’ve beaten nobody domestically and in Europe yet.”