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Summary

  1. Rose fires in from close range for 1-1
  2. Milner converts penalty to give Liverpool the lead
  3. Six Premier League games at 15:00
  4. Tottenham XI: Vorm, Walker, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Rose, Dier, Wanyama, Eriksen, Alli, Lamela, Kane
  5. Liverpool XI: Mignolet, Clyne, Lovren, Matip, Milner, Henderson, Wijnaldum, Lallana, Mane, Coutinho, Firmino

Live Reporting

By Caroline Chapman and Mike Henson

All times stated are UK

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  1. "A draw was probably the fair result"

    Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

    Danny rose

    Tottenham goalscorer Danny Rose speaking to Sky Sports: “A draw was probably the fair result. In the first half Michel Vorm was probably our man of match, he made great saves but I thought we played a lot better in the second half.

    “For the goal I took a gamble but didn’t want to go forward too much because the pace of Mane is frightening. I think I shanked it but it went in and they all count.”

  2. "It doesn’t feel too brilliant at the moment"

    Liverpool

    Jurgen Kloop

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp speaking to Match of the Day: "When you take a point at Tottenham for 99 per cent of teams it would be a good thing but today we saw the game different.

    "We played a very good away game against a very strong side. It was our first real mistake and it was a goal so that is not really fair.

    "We showed we can be good. We played football and defended really good. It doesn’t feel too brilliant at the moment.

    On the penalty incident involving Tottenham's Jan Vertonghen: "If the referee waits one second then it is 100 per cent a penalty, do we have to make the corner quicker?

    "Ask him what the rules are. We go there (to Burnley) and it is a penalty and today not. I have no idea what is right. I would prefer he said nothing and watched the situation and then it is penalty."

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    Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

  4. The season so far

    So, is that about par for both teams so far this season?

    Tottenham have taken a win and two draws from Everton (a), Crystal Palace (h) and Liverpool (h).

    Liverpool have four points from trips to Arsenal, Burnley and Tottenham.

    Next up for Tottenham is an away game against Stoke on 10 September. Liverpool play Leicester at home on the same day,

  5. "A tough start to the season"

    Liverpool left-back James Milner: "Ultimately we are disappointed. We didn’t do enough in the second half so it was probably a fair result in the end. We deserved to be in front but in the second half we didn’t come out on the front foot after getting the goal.

    On playing as a make-shift left-back: "You have got to learn quickly. Fortunately I have played in the Premier League long enough to have enough experience. I have played in enough positions throughout my career, I just have to adapt to position

    "It seems a long time since we played at Anfield, it has been a tough start. 

    "We have four points and probably should have had more but the performances are not far off the level we need. As long as we keep performing I am sure more results will come."

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    Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

    The two teams trudge from the pitch to a soundtrack of applause.

    Jurgen Klopp is animatedly explaining a point to Sadio Mane as they go over to the away fans.

    Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino high-fives former Southampton charges Nathaniel Clyne and Dejan Lovren.

    Daniel Sturridge is deep in discussion with Danny Rose, covering his mouth with his hand to keep his words private from any pitchside lip-readers.

  8. Post update

    Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

    Martin Keown

    Former England defender on BBC Radio 5 live

    It was end-to-end stuff at the end. There's a great deal of respect for each other. It seems every time they play each other you can't pick a winner and I think it's a fair result.

    It's still early season and all credit to the players. You're left wanting more you didn't want the game to end.

  9. FULL-TIME

    Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

    Honours even. An excellent game and probably a fair result.

  10. SUBSTITUTION

    Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

    Harry Winks on for Tottenham and Kevin Stewart on for Liverpool.

    Both will do well to get a touch.

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    Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

    Tottenham's turn to counter. Liverpool stretched. But Josh Onomah has strayed offside...

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    Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

    Toby Alderweireld with a superb scampering block to deny Adam Lallana as Tottenham are caught short at the back. 

    Toby Alderweireld tackles Adam Lallana
  13. Four minutes added time

    Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

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    Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

    Martin Keown

    Former England defender on BBC Radio 5 live

    It's almost hit Toby Alderweireld on the elbow and his hand is tight to his body. They are appealing for everything, both managers here.

  15. Post update

    Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

    Oooff!

    Hearts in mouths behind Michel Vorm's goal as the Spurs keeper reacts just in time to grab Georginio Wijnaldum's deflected shot.

    Wijnaldum is claiming that the ball hit Toby Alderweireld's hand on its way. No dice from Robert Madeley.

    Georginio Wijnaldum
  16. Post update

    Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

    Victor Wanyama winds up from fully 30 yards, but his shot drifts tamely wide of the Liverpool goal.

  17. SUBSTITUTION

    Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

    Joel Matip heads clear Eric Dier's cross. Ball out of play and time for Daniel Sturridge.

    He is on in place of Sadio Mane. Three minutes to be a hero.

    Daniel Sturridge replaces Sadio Mane
  18. Post update

    Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

    Daniel Sturridge is about to come on.

    Four minutes to go. No excuse not to run around like a headless chicken.

  19. YELLOW CARD

    Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

    Liverpool skipper Jordan Henderson picks up a yellow card, possibly for something he said rather than did.