Former Tyrone star Sean Cavanagh says there isn’t a team in the country that can match Kerry once they’re in full-flow.
The Kingdom eased into the All-Ireland SFC semi-finals on Sunday with a 4-22 to 1-9 trouncing of Cork in Killarney and, speaking on The Sunday Game afterwards, Cavanagh lauded the Munster champions’ “ridiculous wealth of talent in attack”.
"They are the most eye-catching team anyway," said the three-time All-Ireland winner. "Every time you watch them in that full-flow, against Tyrone and Galway in the league, once they kick into gear, they can destroy a team in 10/15 minutes.
"If you throw in the individual brilliance of Paudie Clifford, David obviously, Sean O’Shea, Paul Geaney, they have a ridiculous wealth of talent in attack.
"As someone who just wants to see brilliant, entertaining football, you want to see that team going at someone in full-flow.
“I don’t think there is any better team at it in the business."Tweet