Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says he is happy to have started his Liverpool reign with a vital one point on the road following a hard earned draw.
Liverpool had not kept a clean sheet in any of their eight games before their visit to White Hart Lane and Klopp who was overseeing his first game since replacing the sacked Brendan Rodgers may have seen plenty to please him as Liverpool battled fiercely to secure a point.
“I am happy because I saw many good things, in the first 20 minutes we were pressing and were very aggressive.
“We will get stronger. We were a little bit nervous when we got the ball because the pulse was a little too high at this moment.
“There were many full-throttle moments in the game. We need to improve but after working with the players for three days I am completely satisfied.” The new Liverpool manager said on BBC Sports.
The draw means Spurs who were on the longest current unbeaten run in the Premier League (eight games), since defeat at Manchester United on the opening day have now recorded their fourth clean sheet Spurs have kept in their last six Premier League home matches.