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Liverpool emerged victorious over Tottenham in 7-goal thriller


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The world witnessed a series of events that left many in shock and disbelief.

Liverpool secured a thrilling win at Anfield thanks to Diogo Jota’s last-gasp goal, which came after Tottenham had managed to claw their way back into the game despite conceding three goals in the opening 15 minutes.

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Liverpool vs Tottenham Full Time (4:3)

Tottenham Hotspur suffered a devastating start to their matches against Newcastle United and Liverpool. In just 20 minutes at St. James’ Park, they were already trailing 5-0. Similarly, at Anfield, they found themselves three goals behind as Liverpool launched a fierce attack, leaving Spurs with a seemingly insurmountable deficit to overcome.


In a dramatic turn of events, former Everton striker Richarlison scored his first Premier League goal of the season in stoppage time, putting Spurs in a position to potentially salvage a draw. However, Jota seized the opportunity and capitalised on Cristian Romero’s mistake just moments later, securing a win for Liverpool.

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In a thrilling match, Curtis Jones broke the deadlock in the third minute with a well-placed header from Trent Alexander-Arnold’s cross. The lead was short-lived as Luis Diaz, who was making his first start after a knee injury that required surgery in October, turned in a delivery from Mohamad Salah at the near post just two minutes later.

Salah redeemed himself after his penalty misses against Bournemouth and Arsenal by scoring the third goal from the spot, which was awarded due to Romero’s reckless challenge on Cody Gakpo.

After the 6-1 defeat on Tyneside, Tottenham Hotspur fans who received a refund were once again demanding their money back. However, the team displayed a remarkable comeback and demonstrated true grit, with Harry Kane scoring a volley just six minutes before halftime.

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Tottenham Hotspur had opportunities to intensify the pressure on Liverpool, with Son Heung-min and Romero both striking the post in quick succession during the second half.

Son’s goal provided a glimmer of hope for Spurs as he sprinted past Alisson to score with just 13 minutes remaining in the match.

In a thrilling match, Richarlison’s header sent the visiting fans into a frenzy, but ultimately it was Jota who had the final say.

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Liverpool have climbed up to the fifth position in the Premier League standings, keeping their hopes of securing a spot in the Champions League alive. However, with Manchester United and Newcastle United already securing victories earlier, Liverpool’s chances of making it to the top four are becoming increasingly unlikely.

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