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Liverpool's first away win in the premier league this season

Liverpool received their first away win in the Premier League this season. The Reds have been in decided want of factors and sooner or later managed to take all three points in opposition to a Tottenham side that fought until the end.

Jurgen Klopp's men started out the suit 10 elements at the back of fourth-placed Spurs, with questions developing over their functionality even to mount a venture for subsequent season's Champions League places. But they dominated the contest from the start and took the lead in the eleventh minute when the impressive Darwin Nunez teed up Salah, who fired into the backside corner.

The visitors' depth dropped as the half of wore on but they doubled their lead in the fortieth minute when Salah took gain of a horrendous error by using Eric Dier, who headed the ball straight into the direction of the Egyptian forward. Harry Kane pulled a purpose lower back in the seventieth minute as the decibel matter quantity rose amongst the crowd of 62,000 in the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium but they fell to a third defeat in four league matches.

Spurs have no longer beaten Liverpool since 2017 and have now misplaced seven out of the past 9 Premier League fits between the sides. The end result will add to doubts over the capability of Antonio Conte's guys to compete at the pinnacle of the table after some different bad defeat in opposition to a top-four rival.

Tottenham had been lacking the offerings of South Korean forward Son Heung-min, who suffered a fracture round his left eye in his side's midweek Champions League win towards Marseille. Conte put Ivan Perisic up the front alongside England captain Kane but the home aspect had been gradual out of the blocks.

Nunez, marauding down the left aspect of the Liverpool attack, tested Spurs goalkeeper Hugo Lloris from a tight mind-set in virtually the 1/3 minute and flashed some other shot wide minutes later. The Uruguayan was the corporation of Salah's opener, controlling Andrew Robertson's ignore and feeding Salah, who fired unerringly into the backside corner.

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