Pep Guardiola&aposs side twice surrendered their lead on home soil after leading 2-1 and 3-2, with Dejan Kulusevski&aposs last-gasp header securing a huge point for Spurs. Having now won just one of their last four outings in the Premier League, City trail leaders Arsenal by three points after 14 games played.
With Josko Gvardiol chosen to start ahead of Nathan Ake in defence, the Croatian completed 87 minutes before being withdrawn for the former Chelsea man. However, as it transpired, Ake was found wanting when Kulusevski struck.
Keane, speaking via Sky Sports following the encounter, felt as if the Netherlands international was too slow and too weak in his attempts to win the ball, which ultimately cost the Blues all three points against Ange Postecoglou&aposs side.
&apos&aposJust go and head the ball. He has got to be up to that, hes a really good player,&apos&apos began the former United captain post-match. “Its put into an area, if youre doing drills every day, hes not even got off his feet! He doesnt get off the ground! Ake is favourite to win it, who really wants to head this ball? Theres only one ball, just go and head it and win the football match. Guess what, one player wanted it more than the other.”
Fellow pundit and former City man Richards shared the same views as the panel dissected City&aposs on-field issues as of late, insisting something is seemingly off within the camp.