Pundit Roy Keane has told ITV's Champions League Highlights Show that he thinks one trophy in 10 years is 'pretty embarrassing' for both Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur.
The Champions League returned this week for the first time in 2018, and it has been a mostly positive week for English clubs, with Premier League leaders Manchester City hammering Basel 4-0 away from home.
Elsewhere, Tottenham Hotspur came from 2-0 down at Juventus to claim a 2-2 draw, with Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen cancelling out Gonzalo Higuain's brace in Turin, pulling off a superb comeback.
On Wednesday night, it was Liverpool's turn as they travelled to take on Porto, and they grabbed a thumping 5-0 win in Portugal, with Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino running riot.
All three clubs will be looking to make it through to the last eight of the competition, and whilst City have enjoyed great success in recent years, Liverpool and Tottenham will be desperate to add some silverware.
Liverpool have won just the one trophy in the last 10 years, clinching the League Cup in 2012, and the same goes for Tottenham, whose last piece of silverware was the League Cup in 2008, beating Chelsea 2-1 at Wembley Stadium.
Now, pundit Roy Keane has told ITV's Champions League Highlights Show that he thinks the two teams should be embarrassed that they have only won a trophy apiece in the last 10 years, given the size of the two clubs and the riches they possess.
Keane believes that Liverpool and Spurs should be more than capable of competing in the Champions League whilst simultaneously winning the FA Cup or the League Cup, in comments which may frustrate fans of the two clubs given their positive weeks.
“For a club the size of Liverpool and Tottenham, one trophy in 10 years is pretty embarrassing,” said Keane. “I know the Champions League has taken over now, particularly with the money behind it, but to be successful to be a big club you need to win trophies.”
“The clubs you’re talking about Liverpool and Spurs should be able to compete in the Champions League and certainly qualify, and win an FA Cup or a League Cup. (Of) course you should be able to win an FA Cup or a League Cup, that should go hand in hand,” he added.