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Jamie Carragher has slammed Tottenham duo Serge Aurier and Sergio Reguilon, following the club’s defeat to Manchester City.
The Spurs were beaten 1 – 0 by Pep Guardiola’s side in the Carabao Cup final last weekend, with Aymeric Laporte scoring the winning goal for his side.
Carragher was not impressed by the Lilywhites’ game, claiming the whole team lacked “courage” and “fight” against the rivals.
“This has nothing to do with Ryan Mason at all. This is a group of players who really lack courage and basically bottled it in the final. Forget losing but it’s how they went about it,” he said.
“This man [Aurier]. Raheem Sterling is on his weak foot and crossing and City are a team that don’t have a centre-forward, let’s not forget.
“Aurier, who is maybe one of the biggest liabilities in Premier League football. He’s a player who would possibly put you off management with the amount of crazy decisions he makes and we know what happened for the goal.
“He ends up running off the pitch and ends up allowing Sterling on that right foot which is the worst thing you can do and they almost get the goal.”
On Reguilon, the former Liverpool man added: “I mentioned the full-back before but this guy… [Reguilion] he was awful.”
“He was shocking in the game.
“He actually thinks he’s getting tight to [Rihad] Mahrez. His mates come back and help him.
“Standing off him. No fight, no courage.”