I would have stopped Kane getting the ball — Klopp slams Lovren

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"In the moment I'm fine".

This damaging defeat in front of a record Premier League crowd leaves Liverpool ninth in the table, 12 points behind leaders Manchester City after a troubling start to the season for Klopp. "I introduced him with Hugo and Harry", Pochettino said.

"It was fantastic, a fantastic performance". I congratulate our players after Madrid to be ready again to compete in a big game.

Tottenham are finally looking at ease at their temporary Wembley home, but few opponents will be as easy to pick apart as Liverpool.

Harry Kane scored twice for Tottenham Hotspur in a 4-1 victory over an abject Liverpool team yesterday that left the Merseyside club's Premier League title hopes in tatters.

"I think it's so, so important".

It has recently emerged that Lovren requires medication in order to play through the pain of injury, but Gary Neville said on Sky Sports "it isn't his back that is Lovren's problem today".

Jurgen Klopp decided against signing a new centre-back in the summer transfer window, much to every Liverpool fans' bewilderment. Of course we can fix it, we have to fix it as well. "The final result is really poor but all these kind of decisions (about my future) is not in my hands".

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says he would have done a better job at stopping Harry Kane than Dejan Lovren did for one of Tottenham's four goals at Wembley. "He is the best player ever in football history".

Even the draw against Manchester United caused issues for the club, given they were lambasted for failing to take the chances they should have to get all three points.

"If you start to analyse, name by name, the team performance was very good. When you win, you enjoy more, but it was a fantastic afternoon to see a very good game".

While the visitors were caught on the break time and again, chasing a game that was racing away from them in the early stages, Tottenham's shape when out of possession was mightily impressive under the circumstances.

"He was tired", he said. We put it on a plate.

Liverpool hadn't threatened when Mohamed Salah scored in the 24th but it would only prove a consolation.

On the possibility of resting him for their League Cup clash with West Ham United in mid-week, Pochettino added: "Yes, maybe".

After 56 minutes, the rampant Kane inflicted further damage, smashing in a rebound from six yards after Mignolet had flapped at Tripper's free-kick prior to an effort from Vertonghen being cleared off the line by Roberto Firmino.

The pressure told as Monreal reacted quickest to another Pickford save to level, before Ozil got on the scoresheet himself with a well-timed header on the end of a pinpoint Sanchez cross.