first_imgROY KEANE branded Dele Alli “non-existent” after Tottenham’s defeat at Anfield on Sunday.Spurs threw away an early lead to lose 2-1 and the straight-talking former Manchester United skipper did not pull any punches in his assessment of the midfielder’s performance.1 Roy Keane called Dele Alli “non-existent”Fellow pundits Graeme Souness and Jamie Carragher were also disappointed by the Englishman’s showing.But it was Keane who went in the hardest.Speaking after the game he said: “Very very poor.”He’s a great example to a lot of footballers out there if you lose your hunger. He added: “I thought he was going to be a star. I think he’s a classic case of someone who’s in his armchair.”They gave him a four/five year contract, and look what’s happened.”He’s taken his eye off the ball but he’s a shadow of himself. Got to learn the game.” “Spurs were carrying three of four players. He’s lost that hunger, today non-existent.”He was nasty, played on the edge but today, non-existent for a year or two.”Second-half goals from Jordan Henderson and Mo Salah cancelled out Harry Kane’s early header to give the League leaders all three points.And ex-Red Souness was equally damning of 23-year-old Alli’s performance.center_img Pochettino assesses his team’s performance after 2-1 loss to Liverpoollast_img read more