If you recorded Liverpool v Spurs then we’d advise you fast forward to the 80th minute.
Liverpool were leading 1-0 after Eric Dier inadvertently set Mohamed Salah up for his 20th goal of the season in the third minute.
That’s how it stayed until the 80th minute.
You won’t be surprised to hear that Spurs’ equaliser was in part down to Loris Karius’ biscuit wrists.
The German’s weak punch dropped to Victor Wanyama on the edge of the box.
Wanyama emphatically drilled the ball into the top corner to make it 1-1.
Seven minutes later Spurs had the chance to go ahead from the penalty spot after Karius brought Harry Kane down in the area.
Kane stepped up on 99 Premier League goals but put a weak penalty straight down the middle, much to the relief of Karius.
Zero to hero.
Both teams would probably have settled for a draw, but Salah wasn’t done.
He slalomed through Ben Davies and Jan Vertonghen before dinking Hugo Lloris to make it 2-1 in injury time.
Twenty-one goals and counting for the Egyptian.
But this is the Premier League. There was still time for one more moment of madness.
Liverpool new boy Virgil van Dijk clumsily kicked Erik Lamela to give Kane a chance of redemption.
Kane stepped up and tucked the penalty away for his 100th Premier League goal with 95 minutes on the clock.
Best league in the world or just dodgy defending? Who cares.
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