Following Kirkby’s announcement today, a Liverpool player could make an unexpected start against Tottenham.


Following Liverpool’s 4-3 victory over Tottenham at Anfield yesterday, Harry Kane singled out one Liverpool player for praise

Spurs were three goals down after 15 minutes, but the England captain’s first-half strike sparked a comeback that saw the visitors draw level before Diogo Jota’s stoppage-time winner.

Diogo Jota told Fabinho
Diogo Jota told Fabinho

When speaking to his club’s official Twitter channel after the game, the striker mentioned some ‘good saves’ made by Alisson, adding that he felt Ryan Mason’s team ‘had the better chances’ and ‘hit the post a few times’.

According to Sofascore, the Liverpool goalkeeper made three saves at Anfield on Sunday (Fraser Forster had none), while also winning 100% of his duels, despite having the lowest passing accuracy of anyone who started for the Reds.

While our number one didn’t make any eye-catching saves against Spurs, unlike in other games this season where he was crucial, it was still a solid performance from the 30-year-old, and it was encouraging to hear the praise from one of the Premier League’s most potent strikers in Kane.



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