Tottenham vs Liverpool player ratings: Who was the star man? Raheem Sterling? Alberto Moreno? Or new-boy Mario Balotelli?
Tottenham 0 Liverpool 3
Sunday 31 August 2014
Mario Balotelli lasted 60 minutes on his Liverpool debut as the Reds bounced back from their defeat at Manchester City last week to punish Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham 3-0 at White Hart Lane.
Raheem Sterling, Steven Gerrard and Alberto Moreno scored for the away side in a dominant performance.
Moreno scored his first goal for the club with a stunning run and finish.
While a debut goal eluded him on his debut, Balotelli, who started, instantly gelled with his new team-mates and generally impressed against Tottenham.
But who was the man of the match? Click through our gallery below...
Balotelli had three great chances, but just could not score that debut goal before being substituted on the hour mark.
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