Liverpool 0 Tottenham 0, and if we’re anywhere near honest with ourselves, not the result we expected. Given Liverpool’s recent resurgence, Tottenham’s lengthy injury list and Harry Redknapp’s personal difficulties, noone would have been surprised if the home side had run out comfortable winners. Sadly for the Liverpool faithful, who were expecting an inspirational return of the suspended Luis Suarez quite distinct from a wild kick at Scott Parker which earned him a yellow card soon after entering the fray, it wasn’t to be and they were left to be mighty thankful that Gareth Bale failed to put away a golden chance that would have left them, undeservedly, with nothing at all. But that is the stuff of match reports. This particular review is more about this new Tottenham, who turned up at Anfield without their manager, missing Aaron Lennon, Younes Kaboul, Rafael Van der Vaart, Sandro and Jermaine Defoe and with a bench bordering on the unknown. Continue readingWhy not register (It's free) and join in our discussions during the 2013/14 season
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