MANCHESTER UNITED legend Roy Keane launched a brutal assessment of Tottenham following their
The Sky Sports pundit accused Jose Mourinho’s side for constantly disappointing after they dropped points to the relegation-threatened hosts.
Spurs failed to register a single shot on target against a Bournemouth side that had conceded nine goals in their previous two matches.
The Cherries were on the back of a five-game losing streak and almost snatched all three points with a disallowed Callum Wilson strike in added time.
Spurs have now won just twice since the Premier League restart and have seen their slim hopes of Champions League football evaporate.
Former United captain Keane famously once revealed that Sir Alex Ferguson’s half-time team talk once amounted to just ‘Lads, it’s Tottenham.’
And the Irishman was at it again by claiming that disappointment runs in the north Londoners DNA.
He told Sky Sports: “Tottenham were poor tonight. Bournemouth showed a bit more fight.
“They went to Sheffield [United], didn’t show any fight, made changes at half time.
“That’s in Tottenham’s DNA, they will constantly disappoint you. The table doesn’t lie, ninth, that’s where they deserve to be.”
And fans didn’t hesitate to agree, with one tweeting: “Roy at his best.”
Another said: “Cheers Roy, Son’s crying.”
A third added: “I’d have Keane in our midfield now over Winks.”
Keane’s mood failed to improve throughout the evening as he later ranted at Aston Villa for their defending in the 3-0 loss against his old club United.