In a high-energy, all-action encounter, both teams traded chances. Liverpool had the better chance of the first half but found Hugo Lloris at his absolute best to keep them at bay.
We started well in the second half but Liverpool went ahead through Coutinho.
Undetered, Harry struck a fine goal to level the scores and we pushed to the final whistle in search of the winner, creating a number of chances and half-chances without reward.
“We’re disappointed, we wanted to come here and get all three points and I thought we played well enough to do that,” Harry told Spurs TV at Anfield.
“I thought we were dominating the game at that stage (when Liverpool scored) and that we came out in the second half and played well.
Below: Harry speaks to Spurs TV at Anfield
“They have some great individuals and scored a great goal but we showed our character, we didn’t fold, we didn’t moan, we got back on it, played our football and got the goal.
“In the last 20 minutes it could have gone either way, both teams had chances. We wanted the win but I suppose a point at Anfield is never a bad thing.”
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