Liverpool 4-3 Tottenham Highlights
Liverpool 4-3 Tottenham Highlights, as Liverpool had a victory over Spurs in the last moments of the match by diogo Jota’s goal at Anfield.
As Liverpool is on the 5th position of the premier league table, Tottenham is on the 6th position of the points table. Liverpool was dominating Tottenham from the start of the game and within the 15 minutes of the game, they have scored three goals and taken lead by 3-0.
Curtis Jones started his club’s score on the third minute of the match. Just after the goal by Curtis Luis Diaz attempted for another goal and eventually succeeded in it making the second goal for his club followed by Mohammed Salah strikes the third goal in the 15th minute of the match.
Tottenham was not doing well in starting of the recent matches, as they let opponents score a high score and made a difference in the lead. It was started with 5 goals lead by New castle as they had 5 goals lead within the 20 minutes of the match start.
Since then thottenham with the match against Man united in the midweek while they were able to pull off two goals within six minutes of the start. With the efforts of the Curtis Jones and Luis Diaz they were able to score goals and Pull off victory.
It was three for Liverpool just under 10 minutes later when Mohamed Salah struck from the penalty spot after Cristian Romero had fouled the excellent Cody Gakpo in the area.
Spurs poor start ended up in Pivotal, but was able to give a tough fight for the Liverpool scoring three goals in the match, with the third goal in the last moments of the match. Then they were able to equalise the score with Liverpool.
It was Mohammed salah’s effort which made goal after the moment spurs had their third goal and making one of the best goal in his career, as he made victory for his club in the moments before the end of the match.
Ryan Mason on interview
“It’s one of the clearest red cards I’ve seen, it’s difficult to take,” Ryan told on postmatch interview
“It’s an impossible one to miss. When you talk about endangering an opponent, to draw blood from a stud when Skipp’s head is five-and-a-half feet in the air baffles me.
“That type of decision is maybe the difference between winning the game or not.
“It’s tough to understand and I would like an explanation. I saw the incident in real time and you have a feel for those sort of moments. The VAR official has the benefit of a replay.”
Meanwhile, Tottenham striker Kane rued another dismal start to a match from his side and said losing the game so late was a “gut-wrenching feeling”.
“It was a dreadful start, obviously not the first time it’s happened this season,”
“It would have been a really great comeback until those last 10 seconds, which are hard to put into words how and why that happened.
“We need to find a way to get through moments when things aren’t going our way. A new way of starting games away from home so you’re not under the cosh. We deserve to be where we are.”
Jurgen Klopp on Post Match Interview
Jurgen Klopp admitted his team got carried away after their lead and if it wasn’t for the goals of the Mohammed salah at the moments it would be resulted in a tie.
He said, “For a long period of the first half it was the best game we had played so far,” he said. “The first half was good, we conceded a goal but it was the first time we didn’t defend properly.
“The problem is Tottenham do not change at all, they go for counter-attacks even at 3-1 down. They just defend, counter-attack and get set-pieces and that makes it tricky.
“We got away with it thanks to Diogo Jota, it makes it spectacular and everybody goes home buzzing, but I am the manager of the team so I have to mention everything else as well. In three days’ time [against Fulham] we have to do better.”
Klopp also reignited his feud with referee Paul Tierney, saying: “I don’t know what this man has against us”, after the Reds boss angrily celebrated his team’s winner.
“We have our history with [Paul] Tierney, I really don’t know what this man has against us, he has said there is no problems but that cannot be true,” said Klopp. “How he looks at me, I don’t understand it.
“My celebration towards the fourth official, I didn’t say any bad words or nothing unnecessary, which is fair. I got my punishment by pulling my hamstring. But what he said to me when he gave me the yellow card is not okay.”