Jamie Carragher was critical of both Liverpool and Leicester City following the Foxes’ 3-1 win at the King Power Stadium on Monday. He slammed Jurgen Klopp’s men, saying they should “hang their heads in shame” after they were soundly beaten in all areas of the park.
But also hit out at the Leicester players for the quality of their performance on the back of six Premier League fixtures without scoring a single goal.
“I don’t think I have ever seen a game of football where two teams should come off the pitch and hang their heads in shame,” said the Reds legend.
“Liverpool for how bad they were and Leicester for how good they were on the back of how poor they have been, just through effort and commitment.”
Carragher added that the performance reinforced the fact that players did not do enough for the team under Claudio Ranieri.
Although he did admit that Leicester were likely to get criticised regardless of their display.
Gary Neville, who revealed he was
baffled by the way in which the Foxes responded following the Italian’s sacking, pointed out that the players were “at it all night”.
He added that Foxes players made the decision to play tonight, and claimed Craig Shakespeare will not have had any influence on the team in such a short period of time.
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