Liverpool facing Tottenham has become one of the biggest games in the Premier League in recent years. Both teams play attacking football and have two of the best managers leading them with a host of top players.
The Reds didn’t win the two Premier League clashes against Spurs last season but there were some amazing goals in the games.
The Liverpool account wanted to remind the fans of some of the top strikes against Spurs and they highlighted efforts from Luis Suarez, Steve McManaman and John Barnes.
Hoping for more of this on Saturday!
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) September 13, 2018
However, a number of the supporters pointed out that the video missed the fantastic goal scored by Mohamed Salah last season.
The Egyptian was brilliant in our 2-2 draw against Spurs, as the away side scored from a dodgy penalty or two. However, Salah’s effort should have been part of this list.
Nevertheless, the fans also pointed out on another goal or two that should have been included, ahead of our gigantic clash against Tottenham this weekend.
THIS HAS TO BE IN THERE
— ✩ (@NK8ta) September 13, 2018
These are okay but the Flanagan goal should have topped it if not at least made the list.
— Vâishâk (@Vaishak_13) September 13, 2018
where is Mo’s absolute genius goal?
— Woliつぉおえ (@Woli_TT) September 13, 2018
Suarez making those defenders slide
— Happy (@_Happy_21) September 13, 2018
Mo Salah’s goal last season is the best goal ever scored against Tottenham Period.
— Salim Sabaa (@Salim16Sabaa) September 13, 2018
@SpursOfficial…Feel the fear
— Lesley Foster (@LesleyF16818169) September 13, 2018
I miss @LuisSuarez9 a little more each time I see a gif of some of his LFC goals…
— Troy Roberts (@T____R) September 13, 2018
The trio will perform and Salah will score first ♀️
— Neil Thompson (@NeilTho42623384) September 13, 2018
@lfc18alberto should play next saturday.
— Encikkimi (@encikkimi) September 13, 2018
— emileheskey123 (@emileheskey1231) September 13, 2018
When I first thought we got an amazing left back in Moreno. Geez I was wrong !
— Mudit Pillai (@Liiteratemoron) September 13, 2018
French World Cup winner expresses admiration for relentless Liverpool side
French superstar Kylian Mbappe amazed by ‘very good’ Liverpool
French superstar Kylian Mbappe has expressed his admiration for Liverpool amidst rumours linking him with a summer move to Anfield. (h/t Express)
The 21-year-old is the best young player on the planet and has expressed his admiration for Liverpool’s title charge this season.
Calling the Reds a ‘machine’, Mbappe has been impressed by Liverpool’s ability to attain a winning rhythm one match after the other. (h/t BBC)
Mbappe was full of praise for the Merseysiders’ focus as they extended their unbeaten run in the league to 39 games.
The Liverpool faithful will be pleased to see the attention they have got from the French striker. Mbappe continues to be linked to Liverpool in spite of Jurgen Klopp labelling the player too expensive. (h/t Times)
Mbappe, however, chose to remain coy on his future and went on to assert his commitment to helping PSG win titles this season.
“At the end of the season, we will see. But now I’m focused on my game.”
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Liverpool are 16 points clear at the top with a game in hand and look set to end the 30-year wait for the league title. The Reds have already crowned themselves World Champions are on course for a treble. With the Reds going from strength to strength; it is no surprise that we are grabbing the attention of talents such as Mbappe.
Liverpool open to selling this first-team star for €30m in the summer
Liverpool are open to selling Xherdan Shaqiri in the summer
According to trusted Liverpool journalist James Pearce, Liverpool are open to selling Xherdan Shaqiri in the summer transfer window.
The Swiss international is reportedly a target for both AS Roma and Sevilla. Pearce goes on to say that Liverpool will dismiss any approach to loan the player this month but are willing to sanction a move away in the summer for a reported €30million.
Jurgen Klopp had already confirmed that no first-team player will leave the club this January as Liverpool look on course to win their first league title in 30 years. (h/t Express)
Shaqiri has been beset by injuries and has played a marginal role at Liverpool this season. The Swiss winger has made just 9 appearances for the Reds this season. (h/t Whoscored) Liverpool signing Takumi Minamino is also likely to further limit his time on the pitch.
Even when fit, the 28-year-old has found playtime hard to come by bringing into question, his future at the club. Liverpool also rejected approaches from Roma and AC Milan to take the player on loan this month.
With € 30 million considered to be enough for Liverpool to sell, it will represent a good profit for the Reds who signed Shaqiri for € 14.7 million in the summer of 2018. (h/t Transfermarkt)
Shaqiri played a key role in Liverpool’s success in 2018-19 and was an important rotation player. He famously came in for an injured Mohamed Salah as Liverpool overcame a 3-0 deficit against Barcelona in the semifinals of the UEFA Champions League.
The winger now has half a season to audition himself for prospective suitors in the summer and given his quality he shouldn’t have any problems in doing so.
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Shaqiri is a regular in the Swiss international team and has made 82 appearances for his country. He was nominated for the UEFA Nations League team of the tournament in 2019.
Liverpool youngster’s loan with Belgian club cut short by injury
Isaac Christie-Davies ‘s loan at Cercle Brugge cut short by injury
Youngster Isaac Christie-Davies ‘s loan at Belgian club Cercle Brugge has been cut short due to injury. (h/t Liverpool Echo)
The 22-year-old had joined the Belgian first division club earlier this month on a loan deal until the end of the season. Unfortunately for the youngster, his prospects of first-team football have been cut short due to a knee injury sustained in training.
The player under a successful surgery and posted on Instagram vowing to come back stronger. Christie-Davies was yet to have made his debut for Brugge.
The 22-year-old joined Liverpool from Chelsea and made his debut last month in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals against Aston Villa.
Christie-Davies would have been the third Liverpool to head out on loan this month after Rhian Brewster and Nathaniel Phillips.
A versatile midfielder, the Welsh youth international is equally adept in central and left midfield. He can also play a more attacking central role with ease.
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Although born in Brighton, Christie-Davies has represented the Wales Under-21 side 2 times, since making his debut in 2018.