Liverpool’s 94th minute winner labelled ‘most Tottenham thing you will ever see’

Tottenham conceded a 94th minute winner against Liverpool in the "most Tottenham thing you will ever see".

Spurs had appeared to have rescued a point at Anfield after Richarlison equalised in stoppage time to complete a dramatic comeback from 3-0 down. However, Ryan Mason's side were only on level terms for a matter of seconds before Diogo Jota restored Liverpool's lead and grabbed what proved to be the winning goal.

Former England defender Gary Neville did not hold back with his analysis of the match's final moments as he slammed the manner in which Spurs threw away a point.

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Speaking during Sky Sports' coverage, Neville exclaimed: "That is the most Tottenham thing that you will ever see.

"Lucas Moura should just clear it up the pitch, he plays the most aimless pass back inside – I’m not sure whether it’s to the goalkeeper or to Romero – but he gets in that channel, Jota, and he fires it into that far corner."

Spurs had found themselves three goals down inside 15 minutes as the Reds raced into an early lead with goals from Curtis Jones, Luis Diaz and Mohamed Salah.

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Harry Kane gave the visitors hope by pulling one back at the end of the first half before Son Heung-min grabbed another in the 77th minute to set up a nail-biting finish.

Substitute Richarlison then appeared to have rescued an unlikely point with his first league goal of the season, only to have it cancelled out by Jota at the opposite end moments later.

The result extends Spurs' winless run to four matches and leaves the club with just one victory in their previous seven Premier League encounters.

Champions League qualification is now almost impossible, with Spurs in sixth and nine points adrift of the top four. In addition, both Manchester United and Newcastle United have played less matches and can extend the gap by winning their games in hand.

Mason will hope to bounce back from Sunday's disappointment and claim his first victory since replacing Cristian Stellini in the dugout when Spurs host Crystal Palace next weekend.


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