Liverpool fans spotted what kept happening with Mane and Salah against Tottenham

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Georginio Wijnaldum scored away from home in England's top flight for the first time and Roberto Firmino gave Jurgen Klopp's men breathing space in the 54th minute.

Liverpool are now top of the Premier League table, having won all five of their opening games of the new season - the first time the club have done so since 1990. Amusing. I haven't seen it back, I only saw the situation from 60 yards away so I've no clue what exactly happened.

While Kane collected the Golden Boot in Russian Federation, the six goals came in his first three games and that was followed by a three-match barren run.

"It was our best game of the season for sure".

"The performance was better than the result", Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp said.

"Last year, for example, we had no chance to focus on one competition because we had to qualify for the Champions League and I don't think that even Gary Neville would have said: 'Quarterfinals of the Champions League, let City win'".

Speaking ahead of Spurs' game against Liverpool, Pochettino said, "Harry has all the profile of the midfielder - ideal".

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Tottenham, meanwhile, are aiming to bounce back from their disappointing defeat by Watford before the global break.

"He has the possibility and the potential of course but now it is up to him and we go again: mentality".

Critics will point to the fact that all three of this big finals were lost but if anyone needs proof of the improvement at the club under the former Dortmund manager, then all they need to do is look back at the team sheet from that first match in charge back in 2015.

The only cloud hanging over an otherwise successful afternoon in London was an eye injury sustained by Firmino during a 75th-minute clash with Jan Vertonghen that saw Spurs awarded a free-kick.

'A hospital examination confirmed an abrasion of the eye, but there will be no lasting damage, ' a statement read.

The next challenge is in the Champions League with a trip to Inter Milan on Tuesday when Liverpool hosts Paris Saint-Germain at the start of the group stage.

"Firmino travelled back to Merseyside separately from his teammates with club doctor Andy Massey following the positive assessment".

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