Roy Keane ‘didn’t really enjoy’ Tottenham vs Chelsea and snaps at Gary Neville

Roy Keane couldn't quite believe Gary Neville's defence of the quality of football during Tottenham vs Chelsea.

The former Manchester United colleagues appeared alongside Ian Wright and Jill Scott on The Overlap's Stick to Football and discussed the wild Premier League encounter that ended in a 4-1 win for Chelsea on Monday after two red cards and five disallowed goals.

Keane explained that the game wasn't to his liking due to a lack of good football on show – and was taken aback when the Sky Sports commentator said it was good for the first 15 minutes.

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Keane said when asked about the win for Mauricio Pochettino's on his return to Spurs: "Yeah I didn't really enjoy it. I thought it was a bit… there was too much going on. There was too much going on, a couple of sending offs."

When asked what part he didn't enjoy by Neville, Keane added: "I didn't think the quality was that great in the game, listen I know Spurs were up against it I thought that Chelsea were very average.

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"The whole game, I think sometimes with a couple of sending offs it spoils the game for me. I know there is plenty of talking points but sometimes you just want to sit down and watch a good quality game."

Neville then pointed out that it was good for 15 minutes, with Keane snapping back: "Yeah for 15? The game was over 90 Gary."

He concluded: "Generally speaking I just thought there was a real lack of quality in the game."

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Spurs boss Ange Postecoglou was praised for his reaction to the fixture and his assessment of the officials, although Spurs did get away with two huge red card shouts before Christian Romero and Destiny Udogie were dismissed. Dejan Kulusevski grabbed the opening goal before Cole Palmer's penalty with Nicolas Jackson making the two-man advantage count with a late hat-trick.

The three points took Chelsea up to 10th in the Premier League table with Spurs a point behind leaders Manchester City after a first defeat of the campaign.

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