Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino: What I blame for our defeat to Liverpool

Yet on Saturday, Liverpool returned to the scene of their humiliation and avenged that defeat with a convincing 2-1 victory that extended their 100 percent winning start to the season and moved them to the top of the Premier League.

Writing in his column for BBC Sport, Lawrenson said: "Liverpool came unstuck against Spurs at Wembley last season but I have a feeling that both teams might cancel each other out this time".

Dave Maddock has revealed that the Brazilian will be restored to Liverpool's squad after a "frantic transatlantic dash" delivered Fabinho, Roberto Firmino and Alisson back to England in time to train for the Spurs clash. I think we are far way in terms of performance. Sure you will be punished for the team and quality they have on the pitch. A lot of people play our games when we play Champions League football and that's our job, that we do the best we can do in all those games.

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Lamela lashed home in the final moments, putting a flattering gloss on a scoreline that didn't reflect Liverpool's dominance. That's no problem. I only say it is still early, five games, fantastic we won all the game.

"Winning here is so hard, unbelievably difficult, so I never expect that".

"I am long enough now in this business to know no one plays a flawless season - not even [Manchester] City past year played a ideal season", he said. We need to keep working and improving.

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Meanwhile, Liverpool have won all four of their Premier League games this season and will be looking to continue their ideal start to the season.

"We will see, and then we play Paris Saint-Germain-they won yesterday without Neymar and Mbappe, so they can obviously rest players in the league".

Former Manchester United man Gary Neville, however, believes that the Reds would be better off pursuing the Premier League rather than the Champions League.

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It depends how I feel physically and mentally. "This year it's going to be very exciting", Gotze told Omnisport. They have really good players, experienced players and they try and (I like) the way they want to play.

"I'm not sure, but there may be an injury with Roberto, we don't know exactly in the moment", he said. "But we will see".

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