Liverpool break with tremendous pace through Mane, but Vorm once again displays an impressive turn of speed to proactively come off his line to clear into the stand. But Tottenham came racing back into the tie just after the hour mark with Eriksen skying an effort over the bar after a great cross from Dier, before Simon Mignolet was called into action to keep out a Lamela free-kick and bullet header from Toby Alderweireld. First change of the match from Jurgen Klopp now and it sees Divock Origi enter the action to replace the largely ineffective Coutinho, who hasn't really recovered from missing that sitter in the first half. Spurs are attempting to force the issue coming out in the second half as they have plenty of work to do to get back into this early Saturday Premier League clash. Thanks for joining us, see you next time!

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Wanyama displays his incredible strength by shoving off the challenges of Lallana and Henderson before curling a beautiful pass out to the left wing for Rose, but the attack comes to a swift halt for Spurs as the goalscorer takes a poor touch, gifting Liverpool the cheap throw-in in the process. Mane has been a thorn in the side of this Liverpool defence all afternoon, and his latest act is to earn a free-kick out of Vertonghen in a very useful position inside the Spurs half. Jurgen Klopp's outfit were impressive on the day, but needed to be a bit more ruthless when in the final third. It is actually quite difficult to hypothesise who would be more happy with the draw, Liverpool or Tottenham, as both sides certainly can stake a claim for being deserved winners. The defending hasn't been great, too, so the players just need to display a little more of a predatory instinct when they get into dangerous areas. His replacement will be Vincent Janssen, so probably some tactical tinkering required from Pochettino to get the Dutchman into his preferred position up top. Dier gets down to the byline after a powerful run and stands a teasing cross to the back post which eventually reaches Rose.

There may come a time when the Liverpool man times his run better to run through one-on-one, though. Milner, who once again features at left-back today, moves forward down the wing before flashing a pass into the feet of Coutinho. The information contained in Goal.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Goal.com. Good afternoon football fans! The last clash between Tottenham and Liverpool took place in April of this year at the tail-end of last season. Firmino receives the ball to feet inside the box after having defeated the offside trap, and turns sharply before unselfishly setting up Coutinho at the opposite post. External Link, Brave display goes unrewarded at Anfield WAIT! There is a just a little bit of a lull in the game at the moment which perhaps signifies that both sides are happy to accept a share of the honours.

Tottenham started the brighter but it was Liverpool who should have taken an early lead as Firmino was released by Sadio Mane in the box. After that positive start, both sides have found their feet a little bit more in terms of defensive shape which is meaning a lot of work is having to be put in to find some space in the final third. His replacement will be Vincent Janssen, so probably some tactical tinkering required from Pochettino to get the Dutchman into his preferred position up top. WIJNALDUM! Mane sees yellow as, in an attempt to get on the end of a loose ball, he takes out Lamela with a crunching challenge.