That Premier League’s not bad, is it?
Liverpool v Spurs was a footballing feast for Premier League fans.
It had everything, great goals, controversy and the inevitability of Harry Kane scoring.
A Mohamed Salah double must have scared Kane that he was going to take the lead in the Golden Boot race.
Kane’s last minute penalty snatched a point for Spurs but despite only getting a point Liverpool kept their league loss count to just three for the season.
But can they go unbeaten for the last 12 league games of the Premier League season?
Jurgen Klopp has crafted one of the most frightening attacking line ups in the league with Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane.
Even with Virgil van Dijk moving to Anfield, the defence still looks a bit suspect but when the forwards get going Liverpool can put any team to the sword.
Liverpool haven’t lost in front of their fans this season and their only defeats came against Spurs at Wembley, Man City… and Swansea.
Currently in third, Liverpool have six home games and six away fixtures as they battle to be in the top four come May.
Of the home fixtures five of the six teams are in the bottom half of the table after 26 games and Klopp would be expected to find a way past the likes of West Ham, Newcastle, Stoke and Watford in front of the Kop.
In April Bournemouth, who have won three of their last four and are having a purple patch under Eddie Howe, make the trip up north although they could be safely in mid-table by then with little to fight for.
Depending on where Liverpool are in terms of the race for a Champions League spot, the last game of the season against Brighton at home could be tough as the Seagulls are likely to be fighting for their lives to stay in the league.
Liverpool have come unstuck on a couple away games this term and if they are going to lose again this season it is likely to be on the road.
The Reds have to go to Man United, Everton and Chelsea, having drawn with all three in the reverse fixtures.
If they can scrape a point or nick all three not only will they preserve their unbeaten run but it will go a long way to securing a top-four finish.
However, there is also a trip to the Hawthorns to face Alan Pardew’s West Brom, unfortunately for the Baggies Daniel Sturridge will be unavailable due to the terms of the loan deal.
There is a real possibility that Liverpool fans might not see their team lose again this season.
Klopp can count himself unlucky that having only lost three game this season he finds himself 18 points behind leaders City.
Last season Chelsea lost five games in total and won the title seven points clear of Spurs in second, after 26 games the Blues had lost only three times and were 10 points clear.
Pep Guardiola has really upped the stakes this season.