A last-minute penalty from Harry Kane ensured Tottenham Hotspur earned a share of the spoils in a dramatic game of two halves at Anfield.
Liverpool started the game on the front-foot, with Klopp's philosophy of aggressive pressing on display from the off.
They were rewarded in the third minute. Loris
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They could have doubled their lead eight minutes later, when a persistent Sadio Mané drove into the box and his cross for Firmino was cut out at the near post for a corner - which was eventually claimed by Lloris.
Liverpool stood resolute at the back, as Virgil van Dijk took the Reds' back four by the scruff of the neck - something they've been crying out for all season.
Karius had to make his first save of the evening on 40 minutes, as he dived away to his right-hand side to collect Mousa Dembele's half-volley from the edge of the area. Dembele's effort was Spurs' first shot on target of the game. This ineffective attacking from Spurs, combined with strong defending from Liverpool, ensured that the hosts had the lead going into the break.
However, they looked much better in attack, as they switched their shape which saw Alli move into a number 10 role between a front-two of Son and Kane.
The visitors looked like truly threatening ten minutes into the second half, when Ben Davies got clear of Trent Alexander-Arnold to pick up a pass from Dele Alli. The Welshman chipped a diagonal ball into the path of Christian Eriksen - put it couldn't quite reach his intended target.
Liverpool denied their opponents an equaliser shortly afterwards, when Son Heung-min burst down the left-hand side, but his shot was saved by Karius before Alli hit the rebound wide.
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Shortly after replacing Mousa Dembele in the Spurs midfielder, substitute Victor Wanyama struck a beautiful - and well-deserved - equaliser with ten minutes to play. The Kenyan midfielder launched a stunning effort with the outside of his right foot from 30 yards and hit the back of the net. A certain goal of the season defender.
Minutes later, the game saw its first moment of controversy. Karius made his first mistake of the game as he took Harry Kane down in the area. After a long deliberation with his assistant, referee Jon Moss awarded a penalty. The Liverpool goalkeeper made up for his error with a fairly routine save to keep the scores level.
The twists and turns continued in this enthralling game when, in the first minute of stoppage time, Salah went on a fantastic mazy run and poked the ball into the roof of the net.
However, the game wasn't over. Deep into stoppage time, Virgil van Dijk chopped down Harry Kane. The referee waved away penalty appeals, however it was awarded by the assistant referee. After another discussion, Moss pointed to the spot. Harry Kane would not make the same mistake twice, slotting the ball away to Karius' left to rescue a deserved point for the visitors.