The Reds and home team Tottenham Hotspurs shared the spoils as it finished 2-2 at the end of 90-minute duration.
It was a four-goal thriller as both sides prove their worth in the contest especially for Spurs who needs the points in a game of this magnitude.
With the draw for Spurs against Liverpool, confidence could be built for sure while Liverpool dropped points in the wake of the title race.
As the season progress here Isagoal.com takes a look at significant finding from Liverpool and Tottenham to draw at the weekend.
Trademark Finish From Harry Kane
The Tottenham marksman opened the scoring for his side as his finish lit up the occasion at the London Stadium.
Harry Kane may not be in the best possible form but his goal proved his class amid his quality as we widely expected of him in this game.
He timed his run, finished with his quick thinking in the bottom left corner thus giving Liverpool’s duo of Ibrahim Konate and goalkeeper Alisson Becker no chance to prevent the opening goal of the game.
Diogo Jota continues his form
The Portuguese forward increased his tally with another well-taken goal to bring his side back on level terms.
It was a superbly worked assist from the Liverpool full-back as he connected well with the in-form Jota inside the Tottenham 18 yard box.
He’s proven his worth at Anfield for the Reds while his goal was crucial to get his side back in the game in essence.
Robertson – from Hero to Zero
Diogo Jota may have equalized for the visitors but Andrew Robertson bundled in the rebound after much chaos in the Tottenham area to make it 1-2 in favour of Liverpool.
It was a goal that Jurgen Klopp would have loved his side to protect in the bid to catch up with Manchester City in the League standing.
But Robertson went from hero to zero as he lost his cool thus committing a rash challenge that got him sent off in the course of the match against Spurs.