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Spurs-Liverpool talking points

Sky Sports - lør, 15/09/2018 - 16:38
We pick out five talking points from Liverpool's 2-1 win over Tottenham at Wembley Stadium as Jurgen Klopp's side maintained their perfect start to the season to stay top of the Premier League.

Tottenham Hotspur 1-2 Liverpool: Premier League – as it happened

Guardian - lør, 15/09/2018 - 16:10

Liverpool dominated for most of the game as goals from Gini Wijnaldum and Roberto Firmino extended their perfect start – but Spurs pulled one back and had a penalty appeal in stoppage time

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That’s it from me – I’ll leave you with Danny Taylor’s match report. Thanks for joining me, bye for now.

Related: Firmino and Wijnaldum seal Liverpool win as Spurs pay price for Vorm errors

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Here’s Jürgen Klopp: “We were the deserved winner of that game today. They could have scored a second goal at the end but for 85 minutes, we were dominant.”

“Coming back from abroad, having one training session and sticking to our plan so well, I was really impressed. We had to be compact in midfield, because Spurs are strong playing between the lines.”

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It’s actually Pochettino up first, and he’s a little spikier than usual, suggesting Spurs should have had a late penalty.

“They were the better team. We competed, we were close – and it should have been a penalty at the end, Mané on Son. We were so far away, not in terms of the result, but the performance. We need to be more consistent. I am not worried, I promise you – we need to win, we need to work. We will try and find a solution.”

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Hoping to get a few words from Jürgen Klopp after the latest slew of betting ads. The big man should be in good form after winning at Wembley for the first time.

After that, don’t forget to join Barry Glendenning for the clockwatch:

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I’ll be back later on for Watford v Manchester United, which should be half-decent. This is a nice insight on Javi Gracia’s methods from Simon Burnton:

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The next month will continue to test Liverpool’s growing title credentials. They host PSG and Southampton in the next week, then Chelsea in the Carabao Cup, before a brutal eight days as we head into October – Chelsea (A), Napoli (A), Manchester City (H). If they still have a perfect league record after that, they’ll be favourites.

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Here’s Danny Taylor’s match report:

Related: Firmino and Wijnaldum seal Liverpool win as Spurs pay price for Vorm errors

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Spurs won’t play at Wembley again until 3 October, when they face Barcelona – these are their fixtures before then:

18 Sept: Inter (A), Champions League
22 Sept: Brighton (A), Premier League
26 Sept: Watford (H), Carabao Cup (at MK Dons)
29 Sept: Huddersfield (A), Premier League

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Lamela’s goal and that late penalty shout disguised what was a bad day for Spurs. They never had a coherent plan, and could have had few complaints if they had lost by four or five goals.

As for Liverpool, Klopp will rightly be annoyed by their wastefulness in front of goal, but they were the better team from the first minute, and passed their first big test of their title ambitions in impressive fashion.

Leaving Wembley and absolutely fuming with Liverpool. Should have won 10-0.

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It’s faintly absurd that Liverpool only won by one goal, but win they did, and deservedly so. They’re top of the table, with five wins from five.

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95 mins: Rose launches it into the box, and it rebounds to Son, who should probably hit it first time, but tries to open up a better angle in the area. Mané makes contact with his heel and Son goes over – he looked slightly off-balance, and doesn’t appeal.

Replays suggest Mané might have got away with one, but it’s a difficult call for the referee to make. VAR, anyone?

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94 mins: Eriksen’s delivery from deep is cleared. Spurs will have one more chance from a long throw...

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94 mins: Van Dijk concedes a clumsy foul, and Spurs have a free kick. How on earth have Liverpool not closed this game out?!

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And from it, Spurs get within a goal! Lamela chests the cross down at the far post, and lashes the ball into the opposite corner!

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92 mins: Two of the five added minutes played, and Spurs force a corner, Rose’s shot deflected behind...

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90 mins: Mané fires high and wide with Wijnaldum in support. Wijnaldum and Milner have been terrific in midfield – they’ve been everywhere.

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89 mins: This game is drifting to a close as the Liverpool fans entertain themselves in the away end. Joel Matip is on for Alexander-Arnold, with Gomez shifting to right back.

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There’s a choice crop of 3pm fixtures this afternoon – Newcastle v Arsenal and Manchester City v Fulham among them. Join Barry Glendenning for the clockwatch straight after this:

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“Just a quick one to say credit to Liverpool,” says Alistair Donegan. “Poch got formation and personnel all wrong - three slow centre mids and no Son - and Liverpool have destroyed us. Expect it to be 3-0 by the time I press send.”

On the bright side, it’s still only 2-0.

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85 mins: And here’s why – Lamela gets a yard of space 12 yards out, and is inches from cutting the deficit in half! Liverpool have had 12 shots on target; Spurs have had one.

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84 mins: Salah is eager to get on the scoresheet and tries the same trick again, with Sturridge in space. Klopp is furious with him.

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83 mins: Salah slaloms through the Spurs defence but can’t get any power on his shot...

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82 mins: Two more changes – Wanyama, back from a knee injury, is on for Eric Dier. For Liverpool, Daniel Sturridge replaces Keita.

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80 mins: Vorm saves well from Salah, who cuts onto his left foot as Liverpool walk through the Spurs midfield again. Moments later, Mané fires a weak shot at Vorm.

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“Harry Kane looks completely out of sorts, like he’s carrying an injury,” says Kari Tulinius. “When he’s fit he can be relied on to convert half-chances and get himself in dangerous positions – but on current form he’s nearly a passenger.”

It was noticeable from that Eriksen cross – it wasn’t straightforward, but Kane at his sharpest would be burying that.

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76 mins: Those stoppages have taken what edge there was out of the game. Now Dier is down and getting treatment.

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As tweeted to me by Tony Cowards (possibly not his real name), Alderweireld’s shirt doesn’t have a Spurs badge on it. Anyone know why?

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70 mins: Klopp isn’t happy on the touchline – Henderson was about to come on for Keita, but Firmino is down after being poked in the eye by Vertonghen. It seems he’s been told he can’t change the substitution – although eventually, Henderson does come on for Firmino. For Spurs, Son is on in place of Harry Winks.

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68 mins: Lamela looks to set Lucas free with a long free kick, but the Brazilian is offside. He is looking like Spurs’ biggest threat, dropping into that space between Gomez and Alexander-Arnold.

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66 mins: Chance! Kane has struggled to get involved, but has a sniff here as Eriksen lashes a cross-shot across goal. It’s behind him and he swings a heel at it, but doesn’t get enough contact.

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65 mins: Lucas tries a slide-rule pass to Trippier, but he’s 20 yards away.

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63 mins: Liverpool break upfield, three on two, Mané strolling forward with Salah and Keita in tow. He opts to play in the latter, and Vorm tips his shot over the bar. He should have scored, and this could get embarrassing for Spurs.

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62 mins: Gary Neville is absolutely roasting Joe Gomez for a minor, inconsequential lapse of concentration.

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61 mins: A Liverpool free-kick leads to a goalmouth melee, but Vorm manages to reel the ball in under pressure.

Would Spurs be significantly worse/the same/not much different if Dier went in goal and Worm played in midfield?

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60 mins: Dembele is coming off, replaced by Erik Lamela. As it stands, Tottenham’s midfield consists of Harry Winks, but I assume they’ll reorganise.

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56 mins: It’s looking very much like five league wins from five for Liverpool. So – is this Their Year?

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Liverpool build up slowly before Robertson finds Mané down the left. He tears past Trippier and fires in a low cross that’s turned onto the post by Vertonghen. Vorm flaps clumsily at the rebound, allowing Firmino to tap in from about an inch out.

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Liverpool double their lead, Vorm not covering himself in glory again as Firmino toe-pokes home!

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50 mins: Spurs hit the post! Lucas looks isolated near the left-hand touchline but bustles past Gomez, finds space suddenly opening up, and pings a shot off the near post! That would have been very much against the run of play.

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49 mins: Vorm rescues Spurs here though, saving well from Mané after Salah had eased Dembele off the ball! A lively start to this second half...

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48 mins: Almost a second weird goal for Liverpool, as Robertson’s mishit cross pings off the bar. Vorm was nowhere near it.

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47 mins: Gomez nearly lets Lucas in from nowhere, but he can’t sort his feet out as Van Dijk sprints back, and the ball bobbles through to Alisson.

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46 mins: Dier has dropped into the back three, on the right hand side.

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The second half is go. No changes at half-time for either team.

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Surely Spurs have to get Son Heung-min on, sooner rather than later?

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Tottenham look like they're at the end of a long season @niallmcveigh. Not good news when so many players look jaded / burned out in September. I understand why, but, if I can, why couldn't Poch and Levy a couple of months ago? Of course, it end up 4-1, but I doubt it.

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Take your pick:

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1.16pm BST

Giorginio Wijnaldum’s first away goal in the Premier League gives Liverpool a deserved half-time lead. More soon.

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45 mins: One added minute. Vorm has to race off his line to clear Keita’s through ball to Mané, who was in acres.

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44 mins: Spurs haven’t really tested Alisson, but have also left space in behind. Not ideal, and if Liverpool had been more clinical, they would be two or three behind.

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42 mins: Milner kickstarts another dangerous Liverpool break, playing Wijnaldum in down the right. He has Firmino in support but delays his decision, then shoots weakly across goal.

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41 mins: That’s the fifth goal Spurs have conceded in the league, and all of them have been headers.

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Milner swings in the corner, and Vorm makes an awful hash of the punch, spilling it across goal. Dier heads clear, but Wijnaldum heads it back on target. Vorm paws it away, but the ball was a foot over the line!

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Liverpool lead from a corner, and Michel Vorm has to carry the can for this one.

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36 mins: Now Spurs have a chance to break – both teams seem determined to play on the counter – and Vertonghen has Kane and Lucas ahead of him. Instead he tries to lob Alisson from 40 yards. Do I not like that, Pochettino says with his eyes.

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34 mins: Keita intercepts in midfield and Mané can run at the back four – but he stumbles and can only scuff a shot that Vorm saves easily.

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32 mins: Keita bursts into space down the left but his cut-back is intercepted. Both sides are struggling to find the killer pass here.

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30 mins: Spurs are more threatening now, Eriksen getting in behind on the right and trying to pick out Lucas in the middle. Liverpool clear for a corner which Van Dijk thunks away.

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28 mins: Eriksen lines it up but opts to swing the free kick towards the far corner, where Alisson collects.

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27 mins: Sublime touch from Trippier, cushioning a long ball straight into Eriksen’s path. His cross is cut out, and from the corner, Mané bundles Eriksen over, handing Spurs a free kick, two yards outside the box...

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25 mins: Spurs string together an attacking move without ever really getting the ball under control, Lucas’s ball-juggling skills eventually setting up Kane, who tries and fails to sneak round the outside of Van Dijk.

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23 mins: Salah breaks down the right and slides the ball into Firmino, who is crowded out as he tries to get a shot away. Spurs are leaving a big gap in front of their centre-backs, and need to close it pronto.

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21 mins: As if by magic, Dier’s iffy back pass puts Salah through on his left foot – but under pressure from Trippier, his shot is too central and pushed away by Vorm!

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12.50pm BST

20 mins: Salah tries to trick Rose with a dummy, but the full-back isn’t fooled. I can’t believe I’m daring to say this, but Salah has been quiet.

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18 mins: Trippier is penalised for a foul on Mané in the Liverpool area, before Alisson and Van Dijk almost get in a muddle playing out from the back.

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17 mins: Mané looks for Alexander-Arnold with a diagonal ball, but slips and sends it sailing out of play.

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15 mins: One of those through passes is cut out by the onrushing Alisson, who belts the ball out for a throw-in.

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13 mins: Spurs have settled down after that rough start. Their midfield are working hard to win possession, then looking for long balls in behind towards Kane and Lucas. It’s not quite coming off so far.

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11 mins: Dier does well to dispossess Keita in midfield and Spurs threaten to break, but Van Dijk steps in to break up the attack.

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Looking at that disallowed goal again, Firmino might feel a bit miffed with Mané – if he had left the ball alone, he might not have been considered ‘active’, and it was probably going in anyway.

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9 mins: Tottenham free kick 30 yards out on the right, whipped in by Trippier towards Alderweireld, who is a yard offside.

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8 mins: Spurs have lined up with a back four, and a midfield diamond. That’s leaving Danny Rose to deal with Mo Salah and Alexander-Arnold down the right.

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6 mins: A first foray upfield for Spurs, Eriksen chasing a long ball and half-heartedly appealing for a penalty after a tangle with Gomez.

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5 mins: Alexander-Arnold gets the free-kick over the wall and dipping sharply, but it’s straight at Vorm.

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4 mins: Firmino collects the ball, wriggles free of his marker and finds Mané, who is fouled down the left. Liverpool’s front three not messing around, here.

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2 mins: Liverpool attack again down that right-hand side, and Firmino pings a shot wide. Very early warning signs for Spurs here.

12.32pm BST

Milner races down the right, cuts back and whips in a terrific left-footed cross and Firmino turns the ball into the corner – but Mané, trying to get a decisive touch in the middle, is flagged offside.

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Liverpool, in all-red and playing from right to left, kick off with Wembley still filling up.

12.23pm BST

A word or two from Klopp on Henderson – he’s being saved for Tuesday’s Champions League tie against PSG, but will likely come off the bench.

Liverpool skipper makes way as Klopp eyes the UCL tie v PSG: "I don't think it makes sense in the moment to play him. We're still adapting to the intensity, Hendo needs his full physical strength. I'm sure he'll have that today when he comes on and on Tuesday as well." #LFC

12.19pm BST

It seems from the warm-ups that Spurs might go with a back three, with Eric Dier dropping into defence. That would put a lot of pressure on Winks and Dembélé in central midfield.

12.17pm BST

If you’re familiar with the fine work of Bands FC, you’ll know that for them, today’s fixture is Chas & Dave v Echo & The Bunnymen. Only one winner there, I’m afraid.

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Here’s Poch!

On Watford: “The players were so disappointed – our performance wasn’t great. Today is a different game, we’re playing a very good team, we’re trying to win. Most important is the performance, showing the right attitude.”

On Winks: “In the circumstances, with an international break, he’s been training really well. It’s a great opportunity for him, to be in the starting eleven more consistently. He’s a great player.”

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Among those 10 things, Michael Butler has neatly summarised just how rough September has been for Spurs so far:

Defeat at Watford was followed by landing in Barcelona’s Champions League group, Daniel Levy confirming more costly delays to the new stadium and a night in Milton Keynes. Dele Alli got injured on international duty and their captain, Hugo Lloris, was ruled out with a thigh problem shortly after admitting being two times over the drink-drive limit.

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11.54am BST

“This won’t be a classic because it is on too early after the ‘break’ for international games,” reckons Ian Copestake. “But a 1-0 ugly thrashing of Spurs would still send a statement.”

11.52am BST

So that’s three changes for Spurs following their 2-1 defeat at Watford with Danny Rose, Eric Dier and Harry Winks coming into the side as Ben Davies and Davinson Sanchez drop to the bench while Dele Alli is injured. At a guess, it’ll be a midfield three with Eriksen operating just behind Kane and Lucas.

Liverpool are a little more modest in their tinkering with Jordan Henderson replaced by Naby Keïta in midfield in a distinctively Klopp-like 4-3-3. The lesser-spotted Fabinho is named among the subtitutes.

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Tottenham (4-3-1-2): Vorm; Trippier, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Rose; Dier, Dembele, Winks; Eriksen; Lucas, Kane

Subs: Gazzaniga, Aurier, Davies, Sanchez, Wanyama, Lamela, Son

11.32am BST

After that inconvenient international break, the Premier League is back with a bang. And where better to get the party restarted than Wembley? Although as with an uninspiring England friendly, those at the ground today may wish they were somewhere else.

This was supposed to be the day Spurs began life in their new stadium, a gleaming reward for the recent lack of squad investment. Instead, the move has been put back, triggering a run of on and off-field misfortune that has eroded any optimism fostered by winning their first three games.

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Liverpool have beaten what has been put in front of them so far but this fixture represents a step up; a defining test. If they can make it five wins out of five for only the third time at the start of a season then title talk would ignite. Tottenham are wounded after their meltdown at Watford while Mauricio Pochettino has had to deal with numerous issues, from new stadium delays to Hugo Lloris’s drink-drive conviction. It could be a classic. David Hytner

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Firmino and Wijnaldum seal Liverpool win as Spurs pay price for Vorm errors

Guardian - lør, 15/09/2018 - 15:33

These may still be the embryonic stages of the new Premier League season but Liverpool firmly leave the impression they want to see the view from the top of the table, judging from their superiority here against another of the teams who will switch their attentions to the Champions League in the next few days. It was Liverpool’s fifth straight win, only the third time they have started the season so immaculately, and perhaps the most frightening thought for the teams playing catch-up is that Mohamed Salah has still not quite found his most exhilarating form of last season.

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Liverpool stay perfect at Spurs

Sky Sports - lør, 15/09/2018 - 15:26
Liverpool maintained their perfect start to the season with a 2-1 victory over Tottenham at Wembley.

The value of Firmino: PL stats

Sky Sports - lør, 15/09/2018 - 13:13
We pick out five top statistics from Saturday's Premier League action.

Poch: Hard to compare Kane with Salah

Sky Sports - lør, 15/09/2018 - 00:15
Tottenham's Premier League clash with Liverpool is being billed as Harry Kane versus Mohamed Salah, but Mauricio Pochettino says they are too different in style to allow an accurate comparison.

LISTEN: The Debate podcast

Sky Sports - lør, 15/09/2018 - 00:04
Phil Thompson and Tim Sherwood joined David Prutton on the latest edition of The Debate to talk Tottenham v Liverpool.

Eriksen wants stadium move-in date

Sky Sports - fre, 14/09/2018 - 23:36
Christian Eriksen hopes Tottenham can resolve the uncertainty over their new stadium as soon as possible and announce a moving in date.

Mauricio Pochettino demands Spurs find killer instinct as Liverpool await | David Hytner

Guardian - fre, 14/09/2018 - 23:30

Defeat at Watford meant a difficult international break for Tottenham’s manager, who has questioned his players’ mentality

Mauricio Pochettino laughed a touch uneasily and made the symbol for a telephone with his thumb and little finger. “If we play in the same way against Liverpool as we did against Watford, rather than take off players, I will be on the phone to say: ‘Houston, we have a problem,’” he said.

The Tottenham manager has had the international break to stew upon the 2-1 loss at Watford and it feels as though it will take more than a redemptive victory over Liverpool at Wembley on Saturday lunchtime to flush it from his system.

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Liverpool must show improvement at so-called big six, says Jürgen Klopp

Guardian - fre, 14/09/2018 - 23:30

• Reds lost 4-1 to Tottenham at Wembley last year
• Team must be more careful on the ball, adds manager

Jürgen Klopp says Liverpool must improve their away record against other members of the so-called big six and be prepared for “a proper fight” with Tottenham at Wembley.

Four of Liverpool’s five league defeats last season were away at leading rivals – Manchester City, Spurs, Manchester United and Chelsea – with October’s 4-1 loss to Mauricio Pochettino’s team a low point in terms of performance. The Liverpool manager believes Wembley witnessed a rare example of defensive disorganisation among his players, one that sparked significant improvement in the months that followed, and says there will be no repeat from his league leaders on Saturday. Improving results at Spurs, City and others will, he admits, be an important factor in sustaining a challenge at the top.

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WATCH: Spurs' Ryder Cup challenge

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With the start of the Ryder Cup less than two weeks away, how better to get in the mood than a putting competition?

Tottenham v Liverpool quiz: how well do you know their history?

Guardian - fre, 14/09/2018 - 19:31

Spurs face Liverpool at Wembley on Saturday. How much do you know about their previous meetings?

• Sports quiz of the week

Jürgen Klopp and Mauricio Pochettino are still waiting to win their first trophies in English football. Who was the last manager to win a trophy with either of these clubs?

André Villas-Boas

Brendan Rodgers

Harry Redknapp

Kenny Dalglish

Jürgen Klopp’s first game as Liverpool manager was against Tottenham in October 2015. What was the score that day?

Tottenham 2-2 Liverpool

Tottenham 2-1 Liverpool

Tottenham 0-0 Liverpool

Tottenham 1-3 Liverpool

Which club was Jürgen Klopp managing the last time he won a match at Wembley?


Borussia Dortmund


He has never won a competitive game at Wembley

Keith Burkinshaw played one game for Liverpool and later managed Spurs. Who played one game for Spurs and later managed Liverpool?

Brendan Rodgers

Graeme Souness

Kenny Dalglish

Roy Evans

Which two players were sent off when Tottenham thumped Liverpool 4-0 in September 2011?

Jamie Carragher and Daniel Agger

Charlie Adam and Luis Suarez

Martin Skrtel and Charlie Adam

Luis Suárez and Lucas Leiva

Liverpool’s 6-2 win over Tottenham in May 1993 is the highest-scoring match between the clubs in the Premier League. Who was the Liverpool manager on the day?

Kenny Dalglish

Graeme Souness

Roy Evans

Ronnie Moran

When did Liverpool and Tottenham last meet in a cup final?

League Cup final, 1982

Uefa Cup final, 1998

FA Cup final, 1975

Cup Winners’ Cup final, 1990

Which of these players has won the FA Cup for both clubs?

Jamie Redknapp

Ray Clemence

Danny Murphy

Ronny Rosenthal

The first time the clubs met in the Premier League, in October 1992, Tottenham won 2-0. Who scored their goals?

Paul Gascoigne and Gary Lineker

Teddy Sheringham and Gary Mabbutt

Nick Barmby and Darren Anderton

Neil Ruddock and Nayim

Who was the last player Liverpool bought from Tottenham?

Jamie Redknapp

Christian Ziege

Robbie Keane

Danny Murphy

1 and above.

Ah well. Enjoy the game

2 and above.

Ah well. Enjoy the game

3 and above.

Ah well. Enjoy the game

4 and above.

Ah well. Enjoy the game

5 and above.

Good work. It's a tough quiz

6 and above.

Good work. It's a tough quiz

7 and above.

Superb. Enjoy the game

8 and above.

Superb. Enjoy the game

9 and above.

Superb. Enjoy the game

0 and above.

Oh dear.

10 and above.

Sensational score. Enjoy the game

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'Spurs must get something'

Sky Sports - fre, 14/09/2018 - 18:08
Jamie Redknapp looks ahead to a mouth-watering clash at Wembley as Tottenham take on Liverpool, live on Sky Sports Premier League on Saturday. Who needs the win more? How will Spurs shape up? And just how much have Liverpool changed since the 4-1 defeat last season?

Tottenham v Liverpool: match preview

Guardian - fre, 14/09/2018 - 17:36

Liverpool have beaten what has been put in front of them so far but this fixture represents a step up; a defining test. If they can make it five wins out of five for only the third time at the start of a season then title talk would ignite. Tottenham are wounded after their meltdown at Watford while Mauricio Pochettino has had to deal with numerous issues, from new stadium delays to Hugo Lloris’s drink-drive conviction. It could be a classic. David Hytner

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Evolution under Poch & Klopp

Sky Sports - fre, 14/09/2018 - 13:00
How have Tottenham and Liverpool evolved under Mauricio Pochettino and Jurgen Klopp? We track the changes ahead of their blockbuster clash on Saturday...

Wright: It's a game Liverpool must win

Sky Sports - fre, 14/09/2018 - 10:06
If Liverpool are serious contenders for the Premier League then Jurgen Klopp's side need to lay down a marker by beating Tottenham this weekend, according to Ian Wright.

Sky Live: Tottenham v Liverpool

Sky Sports - fre, 14/09/2018 - 10:00
Heavyweights Tottenham and Liverpool collide in a mouthwatering clash at Saturday lunchtime, live on Sky Sports Premier League.

Pochettino needs a response

Sky Sports - fre, 14/09/2018 - 07:00
Tottenham's loss to Watford stalled their impressive start to the season. Mauricio Pochettino now needs to conjure another strong response from his side when they face Liverpool live on Sky Sports on Saturday…

Merson's predictions

Sky Sports - fre, 14/09/2018 - 06:45
The Magic Man Paul Merson is back with his latest round of Premier League predictions...

Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend

Guardian - fre, 14/09/2018 - 01:30

Spurs’ rough month could be extended by Liverpool, another perfect record is on the line at Watford and fears for West Ham

September hasn’t exactly been great for Tottenham thus far. Defeat at Watford was followed by landing in Barcelona’s Champions League group, Daniel Levy confirming more costly delays to the new stadium and a night in Milton Keynes. Dele Alli got injured on international duty and their captain, Hugo Lloris, was ruled out with a thigh problem shortly after admitting being two times over the drink-drive limit. Ever a man to brighten the mood, Son Heung-min returns this week fresh from pulling the nutmeg of the year, with Asian Games gold (and military service exemption) also in the bag. How Spurs need him at lunchtime on Saturday against Liverpool. For all their talents, Tottenham are not otherwise blessed with pace and despite the South Korean playing eight games in four weeks, he should be called upon by Mauricio Pochettino, who is likely to employ the same counterattacking tactics that led to a 4-1 Spurs win in the same fixture last season. MB

Tottenham v Liverpool, Saturday 12.30pm BST

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Chelsea v Cardiff City, Saturday 3pm BST

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Watford v Manchester United, Saturday 5.30pm BST

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Manchester City v Fulham, Saturday 3pm BST

Newcastle United v Arsenal, Saturday 3pm BST

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Related: Liverpool now have the defence they need to win away at their title rivals

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Burnley, Sunday 1.30pm BST

Football Weekly Extra: WhatsApp, Weah and bear attacks

Everton v West Ham United, Sunday 4pm BST

David Gold: agents are ‘sucking tons of money’ out of game

Bournemouth v Leicester City, Saturday 3pm

Related: Manchester City accounts show Sheikh Mansour has put £1.3bn into club

Huddersfield Town v Crystal Palace, Saturday 3pm BST

Southampton v Brighton & Hove Albion, Monday 8pm BST

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