Liverpool may have qualified top of their Champions League group and scored more goals (23) than all but PSG but Roy Keane is not impressed.
The former Manchester United captain watched the Reds beat Spartak Moscow 7-0 and then said: “They’ve beaten nobody yet.”
Philippe Coutinho scored a hat-trick as a brilliant Liverpool proved that they have outgrown Jordan Henderson.
But Keane told ITV: “They’re certainly in great form at the moment, they are scoring for fun and it was a comfortable night for them.
“Their attacking players enjoyed it but the big tests are yet to come for Liverpool, clearly they’ve beaten these so called lesser teams, but they’ve beaten nobody yet.
“It’s lovely to watch but they wouldn’t get that time and space against a decent team, it’s as simple as that.
“Give quality players time on the ball like that and they are going to punish you. The reality is if they are playing a top team in Europe they won’t get the time and space, they won’t get those opportunities.
“If you know this game then you understand they have so much bigger and tougher tests coming up.”