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Liverpool and Chelsea set Premier League first with ideal starts

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Cary Erickson | 16 September, 2018, 08:13

Erik Lamela grabbed a goal with minutes to spare to set up a frenetic ending - where Spurs could feel aggrieved after not being awarded a penalty with seconds to go.

Liverpool's performances early in the 2018-19 season are reminiscent of Barcelona at their very best, according to club legend Graeme Souness.

And it gave the Reds the lead in their most important match of the season so far.

"Winning here is so hard, unbelievably difficult, so I never expect that". "Gary should come over and tell me exactly how that would work".

The worldwide break was long and arduous but with Premier League action set to resume today, supporters will be able to feast their eyes on the most exciting game of the week at Wembley.

"Let me say, it was the best game of the season for us for sure". We had 85 brilliant minutes, although unfortunately we didn't finish the game off. That means Tottenham have the quality to strike back, that's what they did after a corner. But then nothing happened anymore.

"The onus is also on Tottenham after their result against Watford so I think Liverpool will be comfortable in giving Spurs the ball, but when they win it back they'll get at them".

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Liverpool have got off to a great start, winning every game and playing good football.

Something for Jurgen Klopp to worry about?

"Now we have to prove it and do it again, again and again".

"We ask too much from the players, we constantly want them ready and if they are not we are not happy".

Spurs signed the 26-year-old from Paris Saint-Germain in January of this year, for a fee believed to be worth in the region of £25 million, but he took his time to settle in north London.

There was plenty for Klopp to be happy about, despite the Reds' lack of clinical finishing, as he now looks ahead to Tuesday's Champions League group stage tie against PSG. "We have seen that we can do it", Klopp said.