The Spurs duo let both themselves and their team-mates down with tepid displays at Old Trafford - but were far from the only ones as the north London side capitulated at the hands of Louis van Gaal's men.
And Sugar was unforgiving of the pair on social media - while ex-Liverpool midfielder Dietmar Hamann backed his criticism.
Walker might be quick but he has not stopped making mistakes today— Lord Sugar (@Lord_Sugar) March 15, 2015
“@Lord_Sugar: Danny Rose is just not good enough” Nor is Kyle Walker.— Didi Hamann (@DietmarHamann) March 15, 2015
Hamann's reply came seconds before Sugar added his criticism of the right-back.
|Match||Duels Lost||Passing Accuracy||Crossing Accuracy||Minutes Played|
|Harry Kane||Man Utd vs Tottenham||14||78%||0%||90|
|Danny Rose||Man Utd vs Tottenham||8||85%||20%||90|
|Nacer Chadli||Man Utd vs Tottenham||7||68%||NaN%||79|
|Mousa Dembélé||Man Utd vs Tottenham||6||93%||NaN%||59|
|Nabil Bentaleb||Man Utd vs Tottenham||5||83%||NaN%||90|
|Kyle Walker||Man Utd vs Tottenham||5||67%||0%||90|
As Opta stats show, for any contribution Rose and Walker did make against Manchester United, they certainly matched it with plenty of errors.
Both posted an okay passing accuracy but were ineffective with their crosses, while they lost 13 duels between them.
Intriguingly, Harry Kane lost more than both put together for Spurs - showing that Rose and Walker weren't Tottenham's only fall guys against Manchester United.
Re: Lord Sugar and Hamann's criticism, though, it was definitely just. Walker has been off the boil for several weeks now, while 24-year-old Rose is nowhere near England's best left-back - and Mauricio Pochettino's claims otherwise clearly didn't work in the defender's favour at Old Trafford.