Former Manchester United man Gary Neville has praised Liverpool fans after noticing something during the Reds’ 2-1 win over Spurs.
The Sky Sports pundit said that he believes the fans trust the team to get the result, and that we have been playing title-winning football for two years now.
“There’s a complete trust in the crowd in this team. They’re brilliant to watch, the football is scintillating, and they’ve played title-winning football now for two years,” he’s quoted as saying by HITC.
“You can’t compare them to City, they’re a completely different team, but they’re relentless and they should win a title, playing the football and amassing the points they have.”
Liverpool went 1-0 down to Spurs in the opening minutes at Anfield as Harry Kane headed in a rebound to a near-empty net, but the Reds turned it around.
Captain Jordan Henderson scored the equaliser in the second half, before Mohamed Salah completed the turn around with a spot kick.
We were relentless against Spurs – it’s arguably the best we’ve played under Jurgen Klopp, and we never looked like we were going to lose.
If it wasn’t for a great performance by Paulo Gazzaniga, Liverpool could have inflicted some serious damage onto Spurs at Anfield.