Everton were hammered by Tottenham 5-0 at the Tottenham Stadium on Sunday on Monday night.
Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek featured in that clash, but the United loanee was overran by Spurs midfield.
Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher slammed the performance by Everton and also referred to Van de Beek as weak.
“Whenever you see teams who are worst in the league away from home, the first thing that comes to mind is they’re weak, they’re soft. That can never be Everton, it can’t,” Carragher told Sky Sports.
“If Everton are not going to be good enough, it can be quality, and they’re not, they’re miles away, as I said that back four is Championship level but for Everton not to be physical, aggressive, making it tough. That’s just what Everton have always been, even when they’ve not been at the best.
“Fundamentally this group of players at this club is so weak now. The lack of athleticism in that Everton team is frightening.
“When you look at midfield, Allan can’t run, Donny van de Beek’s come in, he can’t run.
“None of the back four can run. Harry Kane was running past Michael Keane for one of the goals runs. Harry Kane is not sprint champion. We’ve seen Seamus Coleman two or three times, I feel for him right now, but people are just running off him.
“They’re weak physically and that’s a massive problem going forward for them.”