The Croatian has started to impress under Jurgen Klopp's leadership.
Instead they had to share the points as Harry Kane cancelled out Philippe Coutinho’s goal to secure the draw.
One many who was impressive for the Reds was much maligned defender Dejan Lovren, who was key to keeping Spurs at bay for most of the game.
|Match||Won Tackle||Effective Clearance||Duel Won||Interception Won||Ball Recovery||Poss Won Def 3rd||Touches||Unsuccessful Touch|
|Dejan Lovren||Liverpool vs Tottenham||2||7||6||3||4||3||48||0|
As illustrated by the table provided by Opta, the Croatian was impressive defensively throughout.
In total he posted 48 touches, with all of those proving to be successful ones.
On the defensive side of his game he won two tackles, as well as six defensive duels and three interceptions in the game.
He also managed seven effective clearances, the second most of any Liverpool player in the game.
With possession he was also solid, posting four ball recoveries as well as winning possession in the defensive third three times.
Another solid display from Lovren then, who has started to come into his own under Jurgen Klopp’s leadership.