Tottenham Hotspur v. Liverpool | PREMIER LEAGUE HIGHLIGHTS | 9/30/2023 | NBC Sports

Tottenham Hotspur v. Liverpool | PREMIER LEAGUE HIGHLIGHTS | 9/30/2023 | NBC Sports

Liverpool went down to nine men after two sending offs and almost salvaged a point, but Tottenham’s pressure was too much for the Reds to overcome as Spurs secure three points in a 2-1 victory at home. #NBCSports #PremierLeague #Tottenham #Liverpool
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Tottenham Hotspur v. Liverpool | PREMIER LEAGUE HIGHLIGHTS | 9/30/2023 | NBC Sports

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46 Responses

  1. Jeremy King says:

    Allison was absolutely class, some tough breaks for Liverpool but you certainly can’t say there was a lack of effort. Exciting stuff

    • Lache Stoykov says:

      Allison has been world class, top 5 goal PL keepers of all time

    • Hazacar Robinson says:

      @Lache Stoykovim still shocked he’s not Brazils number 1 anymore,Ederson is top class too but id just take Allison over him

    • Cool banana says:

      ⁠@Hazacar RobinsonNo? Alisson has been Brazil’s number 1 when it comes to major tournaments

    • arsenal are goated says:

      Liverpool can be proud today. They managed to fight off spurs away with 9 men and horrible ref decisions and still almost got a point. Respect

    • Sean Larkin says:

      @Cool banananew manager of Brazil has named ederson the number one going forward

  2. Brian Chua says:

    Man, I’m no Liverpool fan in the slightest, but to say the officiating and VAR were horrific is putting it nicely.
    The apologies they’re giving for the disallowed goal is really just smoke and mirror.

    • Hobbit Life says:

      There’s multiple clubs this season that could make official complaints with the PGMOL. Get a new officiating group

    • Yudofu says:

      Stop crying boy

    • Monarch says:

      @Yudofu PGMOL acknowledge significant human error during Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool. The goal by Luiz Diaz was disallowed for offside by the on-field team of match officials. This was a clear and obvious factual error and should have resulted in the goal being awarded.

      You can read right?

    • Johnny R says:

      VAR is not meant to correct errors or make proper calls. Ut sinoly gives them the power to manipulate the call they want. Gives them greater control over outcomes. Thats all.

    • DrakoMac says:

      I agree!! Liverpool was robbed!! And I’m a United fan.

  3. Eduardo Aguillon says:

    I’m a spurs fan, and I don’t know how to feel, I’m happy we won, but also, it feels wrong to celebrate the win. Props to Liverpool, 9 men and still holding their own. What A Team.

  4. Julian Venizelos says:

    The fact that Liverpool held up so long with 9 players, the pride and fight this team has, great things happening this year

  5. lemontea000 says:

    Liverpool were actually doing really well and at times even when they were down a man they still did well. The ref and the people over in VAR had other plans.

  6. i-walkbyfaith says:

    Son is world class with his balance and agility. That volley shot was incredible quickly taken off the chest.

  7. Bass Boosted says:

    Atrocious officiating..

    • - says:

      but if this happens in favor of your team, you’re going to say the same? Lmao, bum

    • TIMatDHG says:

      @-my guy, im a spurs fan and imma agree with OP on this one

    • IU says:

      Atrocious officiating? Just like last season when Diogo Jota high-kicked Oliver Skipp in the head that drew blood. No red was shown. Karma is a b*tch, ain’t it? Too bad, Liverpool.

    • Thomas Garcia says:

      @IUdude I just follow epl and that game was awfully officiated. yellow cards were given for literally no contact straight up ghost cards and the red was very harsh for slipping over the ball. even then if matip didnt hit the ball off his ankle this would still be a conversation 100%. EPL refs have not been good this year

    • Jack says:

      @IU PGMOL also made a statement after the game admitting that Diaz wasn’t offside. If you really want to somehow ignore the atrocious red and no contact for Jota’s first yellow

  8. JayCFC says:

    That Luis Diaz goal should’ve stood! We have technology to prevent these human errors, absolute disgrace

  9. Mmmmmm says:

    The officials need to have consequences for such obvious errors

  10. F Hdz says:

    That Alisson save for the Maddison shot was amazing he caught the ball when most GK’s would just palm/punch which not always stops the attack

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