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Liverpool 3-0 up in first 15 minutes against Spurs, it's another shambolic display

Liverpool 3-0 up in first 15 minutes against Spurs, it's another shambolic display

Liverpool have raced into a three-goal lead against Tottenham.

Liverpool have raced into a THREE-GOAL lead against Tottenham, who are suffering flashbacks from their mauling at Newcastle United.

Liverpool have scored THREE goals without reply inside the first 15 minutes as Spurs face another crushing defeat following their implosion at St. James' Park last Sunday.

Curtis Jones opened the scoring in the third minute after Trent Alexander-Arnold picked him out with a stunning cross.

Luis Diaz, who's making his first start since October, doubled his side's advantage two minutes later.

Cody Gakpo set up the Colombian winger who produced a brilliant right-footed finish to make it 2-0.

Cristiano Romero then fouled Gakpo inside the box, with match referee Paul Tierney pointing to the spot.

Mohamed Salah made no mistake from 12-yards as he smashed home to make it 3-0 in the 15th minute.

As Liverpool went three-nil up, the camera panned to the away end at Anfield which showed visiting Spurs fans already leaving the ground.

Gary Neville joked that the Spurs squad should set up a direct debit with their fans after they reimbursed them following the defeat against Newcastle.

"They might as well set up a direct debit to the fans," he said on commentary.

Just like against Newcastle, Harry Kane pulled one back after he volleyed past Allison following Ivan Perisic's cross.

Spurs, meanwhile, bounced back from their defeat at Newcastle by rescuing a point against Manchester United in midweek.

They trailed two-nil at the break, but fought back to earn a point.

But it appears the North London side are on course to suffer another heavy defeat as their top-four hopes evaporate.

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Topics: Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Football