We look back today’s Premier League game with our Liverpool vs Tottenham stats page. Jürgen Klopp’s side ended their losing run at home, putting four past Spurs an Anfield.

Liverpool vs Tottenham Stats Centre

Our Opta match centre delivers you all the Liverpool vs Tottenham stats from Sunday’s Premier League match at Anfield.

The match centre below includes team and player stats, expected goals data, passing networks, an Opta chalkboard and more. It gives you everything you need to do your own post-match analysis.

Underneath that, you’ll find the official Opta post-match facts for the game.

Liverpool vs Tottenham Post-Match Facts

  • Liverpool have only lost one of their last 30 Premier League games against Spurs at Anfield (W20 D9), while they’ve scored 4+ goals in consecutive home league games against them for the first time (4-3 in April 2023 and 4-2 today).
  • Spurs have lost each of their last four games in the Premier League, their longest losing run since November 2004 (a run of six). Indeed, the only manager to suffer more consecutive defeats in charge of Spurs in the Premier League than Ange Postecoglou is Ossie Ardiles (seven games between January and February 1994).
  • Since keeping consecutive clean sheets in the Premier League in October (v Luton and Fulham), Spurs have only kept two clean sheets in their last 26 games in the competition. They’ve also conceded the opening goal in each of their last four league games, their longest such run since January 2023 (seven under Antonio Conte).
  • Liverpool’s Mo Salah became the first player in Premier League history to score 10+ goals and provide 10+ assists in three consecutive seasons. He is also only the second player to tally 10+ in both in five separate seasons in the competition overall, after Wayne Rooney.
  • Liverpool forward Mo Salah has scored 12 goals against Tottenham in his European club career, his second-most against an opponent across all competitions, behind Manchester United (14). His nine against them in the Premier League are also the joint-most of any player in this fixture, along with Harry Kane (9).
  • Andy Robertson has scored in each of his last two Premier League appearances for Liverpool, the first time he’s scored in consecutive games in the competition (today being his 274th appearance).
  • Son Heung-min made his 300th Premier League appearance today, becoming just the third player to reach this milestone for Spurs (after Hugo Lloris 361 and Harry Kane 317). He’s now scored in five consecutive Premier League games against Liverpool, the joint-longest run against the Reds in the competition (also five for Jamie Vardy between 2016 and 2017).
  • Spurs forward Richarlison became the third player to score and assist as a substitute away to Liverpool in the Premier League, after Christian Pulisic in July 2020 (for Chelsea) and Egil Ostenstad in February 1998 (for Southampton).

Liverpool vs Tottenham Timeline

Liverpool vs Tottenham Timeline
Liverpool vs Spurs Timeline

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