Liverpool vs Tottenham player ratings: Mohamed Salah penalty seals three points for Reds

Goals from Salah and Jordan Henderson in the second-half saw the Reds stay clear at the top of the Premier League

Mark Critchley
Anfield
Sunday 27 October 2019 19:06
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Liverpool's Winning Streak

Liverpool kept their advantage at the top of the Premier League with a deserved win over Tottenham at Anfield.

Goals from Mohamed Salah and Jordan Henderson cancelled out Harry Kane's early opener to return their lead at the summit at six points.

Kane stunned the home crowd with a cute headed finish inside the first 47 seconds of the match.

Henderson finally found a way past the excellent Paulo Gazzaniga in the visiting goal with a well-taken volley after the break before Salah sealed the victory from the penalty spot after Sadio Mane had been felled by Serge Aurier in the box.

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