One of the best strikers in the world, but I'm happy with everyone from the keeper Hugo to the other end and our striker Harry.
"We've started to feel like it can be our home, and that is so important for the rest of the season to have that confidence". "We have to prove we are better defenders than we showed".
While the visitors were caught on the break time and again, chasing a game that was racing away from them in the early stages, Tottenham's shape when out of possession was mightily impressive under the circumstances.
Their substitutes' bench was distinctly underwhelming, filled with unproven youngsters, cheap signings and an overpriced, out of form Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, and it smacked of a club that is unable to compete financially with those clubs it regards as title rivals.
"Everything that happened today was so obvious, it was always bad in these moments for us". We have many games, Wednesday and then Manchester United at the weekend, Real Madrid and then we finish against Crystal Palace. "It didn't have any effect on the team whatsoever".
Nibe minutes after Everton wetre reduced to 10 man as Idrissa Gana Gueye was bokked for the second time by the centre referee; Craig Pawson.
It was the same old story for Liverpool in terms of defensive mistakes gifting goals and points to the opposition.
Liverpool's judgement on players has been hit-and-miss, and money has been wasted, but it is their youth development that has really let them down.
"That's not a nice statistic", Klopp, who reacted by substituting hapless central defender Lovren after 30 minutes at Wembley, told reporters, admitting that Lovren was not the only culprit in his side's capitulation. The Reds were suicidal at the back from the very start and gave themselves too much to do due to individual errors and collective chaos. If they don't have quality, they would not be involved in the Liverpool squad, 100 percent. Dele Alli restored Tottenham's two-goal cushion in first-half stoppage time and Kane was on target again 11 minutes into the second half.
Arsenal continued on the front foot after the interval and took the lead in the 53rd minute via the head of Mesut Ozil - the German flicking in a perfectly weighted cross from the excellent Alexis Sanchez.
Aaron Ramsey made it 4-1 in the last minute of normal time before Everton pulled one back through Oumar Niasse.