Diogo Jota saves Liverpool in seven goal thriller

Premier League

Just a few seconds after Richarlison had headed Tottenham even in sudden death at Anfield, Jota blasted his dramatic winner. In the first five minutes at Anfield, Curtis Jones gave Liverpool the lead before Luis Diaz, starting for the first time since October following a season marred by injuries, added a second. Prior to Harry Kane’s 208th Premier League goal cutting the lead, Mohamed Salah’s penalty extended Liverpool’s commanding start.

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The Tottenham striker is tied with Wayne Rooney for second-highest all-time scoring in the Premier League, just behind Alan Shearer. After Kane’s goal, Son Heung-min and Richarlison scored late goals in a stunning finish that culminated with Jota’s winning goal. Jurgen Klopp injured himself during a wild celebration, received a warning, and now limps. Tottenham interim manager Ryan Mason was incensed by the German’s outburst in front of the opposing bench.

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Liverpool was trying to salvage a dismal season by earning a spot in the Champions League for the following year when Klopp’s rage play took place. The Reds are now sitting in fourth place, seven points behind Manchester United, who have a game in hand. They still have a long way to go to get the top four. Liverpool is unbeaten in their previous six games and has won four straight games to move up to fifth position, while Tottenham’s prospects of finishing in the top four are in tatters.

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With four games remaining, Tottenham, who are ranked sixth, has lost their last four games and is nine points behind the top four.Mason is Tottenham’s third manager in a tumultuous campaign that saw Antonio Conte leave by mutual consent before Cristian Stellini was fired following last weekend’s 6-1 demolition of Newcastle.

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Surprisingly, Tottenham started off on Merseyside equally as poorly as they did against Newcastle. Trent Alexander-Arnold sent a beautiful cross to the far post, where Jones guided a smart finish past Fraser Forster for his first goal since 2021. It took Liverpool just three minutes to overcome the weak Tottenham defense.

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Jota saves the day

Tottenham was once again in a mess after giving up five goals in the first 21 minutes against Newcastle. Colombian winger Diaz extended the advantage in the fifth minute after Tottenham’s feeble defense failed to intercept Liverpool’s runners.After sprinting into the area after receiving a feed from Salah, Cody Gakpo brought a cross back from the byline for Diaz to volley in from close range.

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Gakpo was knocked to the ground by Cristian Romero’s careless challenge in the 14th minute, giving Salah the opportunity to score from the penalty spot. A steady stream of disappointed Tottenham fans left the stadium long before halftime, just as many did against Newcastle. At least Kane didn’t give up, as he scored in the 40th minute after Ivan Perisic avoided Virgil van Dijk’s dive to pick out the England captain.

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After some sustained Tottenham pressure, Son’s curling shot hit the post right before halftime.This season, Liverpool hasn’t done much better than Tottenham, and before halftime, a plane carrying a banner urging the Reds’ American owners to sell up flew over Anfield. In the first minute following the interval, Romero’s dazzling volley and Son’s powerful effort both struck the post.

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Son, from a feed from Romero, finished coolly beneath Alisson Becker in the 77th minute as Liverpool had completely lost all momentum. The visitors appeared to have pulled off a remarkable escape until Richarlison headed his first league goal for Tottenham off of Son’s free-kick in the second minute of stoppage time. However, Jota quickly capitalized with a calm finish from a sharp angle to send Klopp into a frenzy on the sidelines.

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