Roy Keane has taken a swipe at Arsenal after warning Liverpool that they have beaten ‘nobody’ this season.
The former Manchester United captain gave his assessment of Liverpool’s campaign so far after they hammered Spartak Moscow 7-0 in their final game of the Champions League group stage on Wednesday evening.
With their emphatic victory, Liverpool have broken Manchester United’s 19-year-old record by scoring more goals in the group stage than any other English in the competition’s history.
But Keane believes Klopp’s men have not been provided with a challenge so far.
‘Comfortable night for them tonight, good start for them, their attacking players certainly enjoyed it, but their big tests are yet to come for Liverpool,’ he told ITV.
‘Clearly they are beating these so called lesser teams, the same in the Premier League, but they’ve beaten nobody yet.’
When told they Liverpool have already beaten Arsenal this season, Keane replied: ‘That’s what I mean, yeah.’
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