Liverpool’s Premier League title bid could be over this season after drawing 1-1 at home to Tottenham.

Jurgen Klopp’s side blinked under the pressure at Anfield as Manchester City now aim to stretch their lead at the top.

Despite the Saturday night tension, both sides carved out chances before the break with Virgil van Dijk and Pierre Hojbjerg denied by the woodwork.

But the evenness was broken after the restart as Son Heung-min calmly steered home Ryan Sessegnon’s cut back.

Luis Diaz’s deflected strike did haul Liverpool back into it late on but there was no time for Reds response.

Full Time from Anfield it’s Liverpool 1 Tottenham 1

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Feargal Brennan

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