The Liverpool manager couldn't quite believe it. "How do you explain that?" he wondered with incredulity, after his side had just been beaten by what many considered a relegation candidate, killing all the title-race momentum from the previous week's rousing 4-3 victory over Arsenal.
''It was embarrassing. We had a number of good chances -- and bad misses. Now it is back to square one and all to play for."
Liverpool's trip to Tottenham is the headline match from the final round of Premier League fixtures before the international break. Jurgen Klopp's men will be looking to bounce back following their shock 2-0 defeat at Burnley last time out.
Elsewhere, Manchester United travel to Hull City, who are surprisingly defending a 100 percent record in the Premier League so far. That's not the case for Leicester, though, with the defending champions hosting Swansea still searching for their first win of...