Darren Bent has questioned where Antony’s end product his despite his ‘tricks and flicks’ at Manchester United.
Antony signed for the Red Devils from Ajax in the summer, their second most expensive ever signing in a deal that could rise to £85million.
The 22-year-old had a strong start to life at the club as he scored in his first three Premier League games.
However, he has had little impact since then, and has left Bent far from impressed so far this season.
Speaking to talkSPORT Drive, he said: “All tricks and flicks, no substance at the minute.
“He’s doing all this stuff but he’s not going past anyone. It’s not like he’s doing a trick to manipulate the ball to go past someone, he’s just doing it for the sake of it.
“A little bit like the spin, at the time I was like ‘ah come on it’s only a spin’.”
Host Andy Goldstein soon asked the former Aston Villa striker if he was describing Antony as a ‘YouTube footballer’.
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He replied: “A little bit yeah. You clip all the best bits of a footballer and you look at it on YouTube and go ‘wow, I can’t believe we’re signing him!’
“But where’s the substance in between, where’s the end product? I know he started off alright at United, couple of good goals, but where’s the end product?”
Antony has just five goals to his name in 19 games across all competitions for United this season.
His last strike came in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals earlier in the month when he netted the opener against League One side Charlton.
The Brazilian started in United’s 3-2 loss against Arsenal on Sunday, with the Red Devils now 11 points off first.
Recent results suggested they could compete for this season’s Premier League title, but the Gunners remain on course to lift the trophy at the end of the season.