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Liverpool 1-1 Spurs - the key stats

Posted on 3 April 2016  - 09:30

The stats that mattered from our 1-1 draw at Anfield.



As it stands - the draw moved us to within four points of leaders Leicester City, who play Southampton at home today (Sunday, April 3). Arsenal are four points behind us with a game in hand after beating Watford.

Harry again - Harry Kane's fine strike took him to 22 goals, more than any other Spur in a Premier League campaign - Teddy Sheringham and Gareth Bale hit 21 in 1992-93 and 2012-13 respectively and Harry matched that last season. Now he's gone one better - with six games to go.

Below: Harry Kane's match in stats



Goals - Liverpool – Coutinho 51; Spurs - Kane 63.

Line-ups - Liverpool (4-2-3-1) - Mignolet; Clyne, Lovren, Sakho, Moreno; Can, Henderson (c); Milner (Ibe 90+3), Lallana (Allen 82), Coutinho; Sturridge (Origi 72). Substitutes (not used): Smith, Ward, Toure, Skrtel.

Spurs (4-2-3-1) - Lloris (c); Walker, Alderweireld, Wimmer, Rose; Dembele, Dier; Son (Chadli 67), Eriksen, Alli (Mason 87); Kane. Substitutes (not used): Vorm, Davies, Trippier, Carroll, Onomah.

Yellow cards - Liverpool - Coutinho 25, Can 64.

Referee - Jon Moss.

Attendance - 44,062.

Below: The chalkboard shows our efforts at goal at Anfield



Keeping the ball - we had 57.8% possession over the 90 minutes.

Passing game - we made 511 passes to Liverpool's 356. Eric Dier led the way with 64, Jordan Henderson 38 for Liverpool. Our top combination was Mousa Dembele to Danny Rose (16).

Shooting boots - we had 18 efforts at goal to Liverpool's 15, five on target to Liverpool's seven.

Below: Harry's goal, step-by-step


Getting stuck in - we won 19 of 24 tackles (Danny Rose five) and forced Liverpool into 48 tackles.

Other bits and bobs - there were 21 corners in the game (9-12) but only one offside, Heung-Min Son in the first half.


Manchester United are the visitors to the Lane on Sunday week, April 10 (4pm).

Below: The average positions chart with Harry, Dele, Christian and Sonny pushed right on to Liverpool's defence