Danny Rose

Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool

Left back Danny Rose scored in the 72nd minute to cancel James Milner’s first half penalty as Tottenham rescued a point from their Premier League clash with Liverpool at White Hart Lane.

Jurgen Klopp’s men controlled most of the match and deserved to take the lead when James Milner converted from the penalty spot – but Spurs eventually burst into life with just over 30 minutes remaining.

A beautifully-taken goal from Rose, though it was as a result of some woeful defending presented him with the chance to secure a second draw for Spurs in three Premier League matches thus far.

Liverpool should have taken the lead just five minutes into the match but Michel Vorm produced a brilliant save to deny Coutinho.

From then, Liverpool gradually began to take control of the game with their rapid passing and speed of thought putting Spurs on the back foot.

Tottenham who were being overrun finally got cracked in the 43rd minute when referee Robert Madley pointed to the spot.

Erik Lamela clipped Roberto Firmino as he drove into the area. Though the contact did not appear to be deliberate, the penalty was given and Milner sent Vorm the wrong way.

Liverpool looked to have doubled their lead after Spurs had been caught on the counter, but after Sadio Mane had tapped the ball home the flag went up for offside against Adam Lallana.

Shortly after the hour mark, Spurs breathed into life with Mignolet getting fingertips to a free-kick by Lamela before parrying clear a powerful header from central defender Toby Alderweireld.

In the 72nd minute, Spurs levelled through Rose. Eric Dier was able to escape down the right and when Lamela got his head to his cross, Rose pounced from an acute angle past Mignolet at the near post.