Liverpool was able to put pressure on the Tottenham Hotspur leaders Manchester City on Saturday evening with a win – and accordingly the Reds started. The home side put pressure from the kick -off, the Spurs pushed deep into their half and pressed extremely after loss of ball.
- permanent pressure of the Reds
- aluminum goal on both sides
- Son shocks the reds
- Luis Diaz compensates
However, the first real conclusion was set by the guests, who were able to get away from the clasp for the first time after seven minutes. Alisson was on the position of both Kanes flank and at Bentancurs.
permanent pressure of the Reds
After that, the Spurs sometimes pulled back and condensed the rooms. The pressure of the Reds became stronger again, but from the game Liverpool struggled to get opportunities. And if so, Lloris was vigilant. The keeper wiped a crashed header from Sessegnon just before Salah (28th) and also parried Luis Diaz ‘distance shot (42nd).
aluminum goal on both sides
Van Dijk had the thickest possibility of the Reds in the first half after a corner kick. The defender failed with his head on the crossbar (39.). The offensive excursions of the Spurs were much dosed, Höjbjerg also met aluminum shortly before the break, the left post (42.).
Son shocks the reds
The Reds also started with a lot of pressure in the second round, but the Spurs stopped again – and this time freed themselves better. Kane had too much space in front of the penalty area, took the raised Sessegnon on the left and he had the view for Son in the penalty area, who achieved the surprising tour with his 20th goal of the season (56.).
Luis Diaz compensates
Liverpool continued to ran afterwards, but the teeth continued to bite the trace defensive. Again and again a guest player threw himself into the shooting track and blocked decisively. Bentancur was unlucky that his clarification attempt Luis Diaz ‘spacer shot was deflected into his own network for the 1-1 final score (74.).
However, the Reds no longer came to more countable and now have to take a look at Manchester, where City has the chance to expand the lead over three points on Sunday (5.30 p.m. Live! At pressure).