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90' + 3'
E. Lamela
C. Eriksen
1 - 2
J. Matip
T. Alexander-Arnold
V. Wanyama
E. Dier
Roberto Firmino
0 - 2
G. Wijnaldum
0 - 1

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Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 3 10
Total Passes 549 356
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Spurs will now look to bounce back in an important week for the club, as they travel to face Inter in the Champions League in midweek before a trip to Brighton next weekend. Liverpool also have a tough European test against Paris Saint-Germain, which is followed by hosting Southampton at Anfield.
Liverpool extend their winning run at the start of the Premier League season to five matches, while Tottenham suffer their second defeat in a row. Pochettino's side struggled to get going in the match and Liverpool, who were also not at their best, took advantage with goals from Wijnaldum and Firmino.
90' + 5' Son calls for a penalty as he is caught by Mane's challenge and the Liverpool man was very fortunate to get away with that, as Michael Oliver points for a goal kick.
C. Eriksen
90' + 3' A very fine goal from Lamela and an inviting cross from Eriksen, who has been largely disappointing in this game.
E. Lamela
90' + 3' GOAL! Tottenham pull one back! Eriksen's corner goes all the way to the far post and Lamela drives an effort past Alisson. 
90' + 1' Five minutes of added time are signalled by the fourth official.
J. Matip
T. Alexander-Arnold
90' Alexander-Arnold is the man that makes way as Matip earns a late cameo.
89' Just a few minutes to go and Liverpool have the ball in the corner as Lamela fouls Milner, which allows Klopp the opportunity to make his final change.
87' Tottenham have a lot of work to do in the coming days ahead of their Champions League opener against Inter. They have been extremely poor today and need to improve for their trip to the San Siro.
85' WIDE! Half-chance for Tottenham in a late burst forward as Lamela drags a wayward effort that Alisson can watch bobble wide of his post.
V. Wanyama
E. Dier
83' Dier, after that earlier knock, also makes way for the introduction of Wanyama.
D. Sturridge
N. Keïta
83' Second change for Liverpool as Sturridge takes to the field to replace Keita.
81' SAVE! Once again, Liverpool steal possession in midfield and it allows Salah to threaten as he cuts inside onto his left foot but sees his effort saved by Vorm.
80' Klopp's side are sitting back and soaking up any pressure, while Spurs continue to struggle to break them down. 
78' Another break in play as Dier receives treatment but he looks like he will be able to continue. 
76' Liverpool remain in control as we enter the latter stages of Wembley and Spurs are edging closer to their second defeat in a row.
J. Henderson
Roberto Firmino
74' Firmino is forced off with what appears to be an eye injury and Henderson takes his place.
Son Heung-Min
H. Winks
73' Another change for Spurs and it is Son, fresh from Asian Games glory with South Korea, that is introduced to replace Winks.
72' Short break in play as Firmino receives treatment, which is delaying Klopp's change as he is waiting to see if the Brazil forward needs to come off.
70' Klopp is readying their first change as Henderson gets stripped and ready but it is Spurs who look like they need changes. They are crying out for the introduction of Son.
68' Liverpool are happy to sit back for the time being and are waiting for the opportunities to hit on the counter, where Spurs look particularly vulnerable. 
66' Kane has really struggled here today, seeing very little of the ball. The England captain certainly looks like he needs to earn a rest in the coming weeks.
64' SAVE! The Reds charge forward on the counter once again as Mane tees the ball across to Keita, who sees an effort pushed over the bar by Vorm and the resulting corner comes to nothing.
62' Liverpool are cruising but they have not been required to have hit their top gear as Spurs have played into their hands. 
E. Lamela
M. Dembélé
60' Pochettino calls for Lamela in his first substitution, with Dembele the man making way.
58' Tottenham have not suffered consecutive Premier League losses since 2015-16. They need a huge turnaround if they are to claw their way back in the final half hour.
56' Firmino has had a hand in 61 Premier League goals under Klopp with 38 goals and 23 assists, 16 more than any other Liverpool player.
Roberto Firmino
54' GOAL! 2-0 Liverpool! Mane cuts a ball into the middle that Vertonghen deflects off his own post and Vorm fails to snatch the loose ball, allowing Firmino to tap home.
52' Both sides have had opportunities in the early stages of the second period and the game has finally come to life.
50' OFF THE POST! Thrilling start to the second period as Moura has a golden opportunity for Spurs at the other end, skipping into the box from the left side but drilling his effort off the outside of the post and behind.
49' SAVE! Liverpool banging on the door as Mane turns inside the box and strikes for goal but Vorm gets down well to parry the ball away, a move that again started with Spurs sloppily giving away possession.
49' OFF THE BAR! Robertson floats a cross into the middle that bounces off the bar and is then picked up by Salah. Liverpool then win a corner but Spurs cope with the pressure to get the ball away.
47' Moura also bursts through after stealing possession off Van Dijk but is eventually crowded out as the ball bounces back to Alisson.
46' Back underway for the second half at Wembley, with Spurs kicking off.
Spurs shifted back to a four-man defence for this game but have been exposed when Rose and Trippier have pushed forward, which may lead Pochettino to switch his set-up for the second period. Liverpool need to get their front three on the ball more to capitalise, with Salah in particular relatively quiet.
Wijnaldum's header separates the two sides after what has been a largely poor first half and Tottenham will certainly feel they need to perform much better after the break, as they have been all over the place defensively. Liverpool have also not been at their best but have the advantage.
45' A rethink is needed for Spurs at the break as their defence, which has switched to a back-four for this game, has not worked.
43' Wijnaldum has scored his first ever Premier League away goal, with what was his 55th shot on the road in the competition.
41' That goal really sums up Spurs' defensive performance so far. The corner was conceded after sloppy play and Vorm's error rubs salt in the wounds of Pochettino's side. 
G. Wijnaldum
39' GOAL! 1-0 Liverpool! Spurs fail to deal with the initial corner, with Vorm coming out but failing to collect, and Wijnaldum heds back towards goal. Michael Oliver consults his watch and the goal is given, with replays showing the ball was indeed over the line.
37' The game continues to be a scrappy affair as we edge towards the interval and both sides look like they need to break to reassess their tactics.
35' Spurs are moving the ball around well but are yet to create a chance from open play, with Kane still having very few moments in possession.
33' These two sides do not draw 0-0 with each other too often but we are going to need a huge improvement if the deadlock is to be broken.
31' Another Spurs corner as Dier's effort from range is blocked but Trippier's delivery is headed away and Rose's attempted pass back towards his compatriot is misplaced, bouncing out of play for a throw in.
29' Eriksen steps-up to strike an effort at goal but it is an easy save for Alisson.
28' Liverpool get the corner away but Mane is penalised just outside the box for a foul on Eriksen, giving Spurs an opportunity to finally test Alisson.
27' Spurs finally have some room to work with as Trippier flicks a pass on to Eriksen but a superb sliding challenge from Keita puts the ball behind for a corner.
26' Spurs yet to get going in attack, with Moura and Kane lacking time on the ball. Pochettino will not be happy with the performance of his side so far.
24' Liverpool have burst back into life as Salah feeds a ball through to Firmino, who charges into the box but is halted by a fine tackle from Alderweireld.
22' SAVE! Spurs caught napping as Dier's poor pass is pounced upon by Salah, who charges between Vertonghen and Alderweireld but sees his shot saved by Vorm.
20' Still not much happening on the field as the two sides are involved in a battle in midfield. The likes of Salah and Kane have seen very little of the ball in threatening areas.
18' It does seem that the game is being influenced by an international hangover, as most of the players for both sides were active for their nations during the past couple of weeks.
16' Spurs have grown into the game in the past few minutes, with Liverpool losing their edge moving forward. A relatively quiet match excluding the drama in the opening minute.
14' Liverpool have scored in 11 of their last 12 Premier League meetings with Spurs, only failing to find the net in a 0-0 draw in Klopp's first game in charge.
12' The game has settled down now and Spurs are seeing more of the ball, although they are yet to threaten Alisson's goal.
10' The Reds continue to look extremely dangerous down their right flank but it has been Firmino, not Salah, who has been the biggest thorn in Spurs' side.
8' It has been all Liverpool in the early stages of this game but the home fans at Wembley have raised the noise levels in an attempt to push their side towards better performances.
6' Alexander-Arnold is the man to take but the young full-back can only curl an effort straight into the arms of Vorm.
5' Spurs looking very shaky as Winks concedes a foul just outside the box on Mane, presenting Liverpool with a golden opportunity to test Vorm.
3' Liverpool banging on the door early on as Firmino causes all sorts of problems for the Spurs defence. Milner floats a corner into the middle that the hosts manage to get away.
1' OFFSIDE! Milner curls a fine cross into the middle where Firmino flicks an effort into the bottom corner but the offside flag is raised.
1' We are underway at Wembley, where Liverpool get the action started.
The two teams are in the tunnel and kick off is just a few minutes away.
There has been 149 goals scored in Premier League meetings between the two sides. Arsenal vs Everton is the only fixture to have seen more (151).
Klopp makes just a single change to the side that edged past Leicester prior to the international break as Keita starts in midfield, with Henderson dropping to the bench as a result. Fabinho, still awaiting his debut, is amongst the substitutes.
Mauricio Pochettino makes three changes to the Spurs side that were defeated by Watford last time out, one of which is enforced due to Alli's injury. Winks is drafted into the midfield as a result, while Rose and Dier also return. As a result, Sanchez and Davies drop to the bench.
Liverpool subs: Simon Mignolet, Xherdan Shaqiri, Daniel Sturridge, Alberto Moreno, Fabinho, Jordan Henderson, Joel Matip.
Tottenham subs: Paulo Gazzaniga, Victor Wanyama, Son Heung-Min, Erik Lamela, Serge Aurier, Ben Davies, Davinson Sanchez.
Liverpool XI (4-3-3): Alisson; Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joe Gomez, Virgil van Dijk, Andrew Robertson; James Milner, Georginio Wijnaldum, Naby Keita; Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane.
Tottenham XI (4-3-1-2): Michel Vorm; Kieran Tripper, Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen, Danny Rose; Harry Winks, Eric Dier, Mousa Dembele; Christian Eriksen; Lucas Moura, Harry Kane.
Liverpool are one of three Premier League sides alongside Chelsea and Watford to have won all of their four matches so far this term and will be slight favourites to take all three points today. However, Jurgen Klopp has never managed to beat Spurs away from home.
Tottenham suffered their first defeat of the season prior to the international break against Watford and enter the game without two key players in the form of Dele Alli and Hugo Lloris. The Lilywhites also hold a poor recent record against Liverpool, though they managed to win this fixture 4-1 last term.
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