The Englishman once again showed mastery in his craft as Tottenham humiliated Liverpool F.C at Wembley as a new record attendance was made. The game had legends from Diego Maradona to retired English footballers.
Tottenham continued their run seeing them run riot over a formidable Liverpool defence. Jurgen Klopp’s men once again showed while critics would not get off their backs soon. The German, at this point in time will revitalize his tactics in a quest to avoiding the axe of the Merseyside owners. As we have seen since the new season kicked off, Liverpool needs that line-up at the back that will compliment that super attack in Mane, Coutinho, Firmino and Salah. Sturridge shouldn’t be left out as the Jamaican-born has dusted off his injury woes.
The first goal left the fans in awe as Harry hung the ball over the goalie as Lovren and Matip did little to stop Kane from hitting the back of the net. The Englishman didn’t waste time as he set up his Asian teammate, Son for the second of the game. Mohammed Salah pulled one back as Spurs lost their two-goal cushion. The Egyptian finished off in an easy fashion but the goal didn’t matter as Alli would soon register himself on the scoresheet just in added time before first-half took a wrap. The second half took a huge toll as Liverpool did less to absorb the pressure and intensity of the reds waned. An ambitious Spurs side took most of the attacking chances and went further to seal the win as Kane got his second of the evening. That goal saw him hit his 8th goal of the season, just a goal behind Romelu Lukaku and Sergio Aguero.
We would like to see Liverpool bounce back from this humiliation and strengthen their backline as European challengers and not face more embarrassment as the season continues.
This article was written by Alex Ndace; he tweets via @AlexNdace