Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has slammed Manchester City's defence after the Citizens conceded three goals at Leicester City in the opening half an hour of their Premier League clash this evening.
Leicester, champions last season, were under pressure heading into the fixture at the King Power Stadium, but proceeded to take Pep Guardiola's men apart.
Jamie Vardy struck with just three minutes on the clock as he got onto the end of a pass from Islam Slimani, before Andy King scored two minutes later, with a curled effort into the roof of the net, to beat Claudio Bravo.
Manchester City were reeling and it only got worse for the visitors when Leicester scored again in the 20th minute, Vardy getting on the end of a superb cross from Riyad Mahrez to make it 3-0.
Carragher was not impressed and took to Twitter to write: "Defensively Man City are one of the worst teams in the league, all over the place. Spent 100's millions on defenders not one good enough."
And the former Liverpool defender also took a swipe at Guardiola, accusing the Spanish tactician of getting in wrong in terms of formation and making his defenders look even worse
"Those defenders not helped by the tactics of the manager playing a back 3 as it exposes them even more, and the keeper who's poor", Carragher added.
Manchester City have been tipped as serious contenders for the Premier League title this season, but the Citizens appear to still have much work to do defensively.