Reliable journalist delivers positive Liverpool team news ahead of Spurs clash

Hope Soto
September 16, 2018

However, at 2-0 ahead and cruising, Spurs' Erik Lamela somewhat dampened Liverpool's satisfaction with his 93rd minute goal.

The victory underlines Liverpool's billing as the most likely challengers to reigning champions Manchester City this term, but having started the season with three wins, Spurs are now a team searching for answers.

"So far, the best performance was the first matchday but that depended a bit on the opponent may be, and now this today was by far the best performance of the season". "We have to think about the game tomorrow, then we see who we can choose for the next game".

"In some periods they were better and showed more individual quality in moments and they created more chances because they were good".

Liverpool is the early front-runner alongside Chelsea, which has also won five out of five.

It remains to be seen which players make the squad for the Tottenham game but the bench we saw against Leicester last time out of Mignolet, Sturridge, Keita, Moreno, Lallana, Shaqiri and Matip is a world away.

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And for the sake of the spectacle, the Premier League would also benefit from this type of fixture being played without both sides having to juggle their squads because of the draining effects of travelling the globe that worldwide football can have on their players.

"We have, I'm not sure, but maybe an injury with Roberto. Of course, it's important that we don't have only one goalscorer", Klopp said in a post-match conference. "I do not have the personality to wait for problems but I know they will come", Klopp said.

The Brazilian forward, who ended up scoring the deciding goal from a yard out, told the club's medical staff that he could not go on after being poked in the eye by Spurs defender Jan Verthongen in the 74th minute.

Thankfully, Firmino had some good news for fans after being released from hospital with the diagnosis being an abrasion of the left eye.

Meanwhile, the German boss will be praying Salah and Mane are firing on all cylinders when they begin their Champions League venture versus Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday.

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