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Roberto Firmino, Andy Robertson lead the charge as Liverpool snatch crucial late victory

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Liverpool's pursuit of the Premier League title produced more drama against Spurs, with a 90th-minute own goal moving them back ahead of Man City.

Liverpool's pursuit of the Premier League title produced more drama against Spurs, with a 90th-minute own goal moving them back ahead of Man City.

Craig Burley focuses on Andy Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold as he breaks down how Liverpool beat Tottenham to reclaim first place.

Craig Burley focuses on Andy Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold as he breaks down how Liverpool beat Tottenham to reclaim first place.
Liverpool returned to the top of the table in the most dramatic of circumstances, as a stoppage-time freak own goal from Toby Alderweireld gave Jurgen Klopp's men a huge win after a hard-fought encounter with an impressive Tottenham side.

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The fight and resilience of this team is something every Liverpool fan should be proud of. At 1-1 they looked in trouble and Spurs had chances to win it, but Klopp's men dug deep and found a way to get the three points. A draw wouldn't have ended their…



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Second Ashes Test ends all square as England and Australia play out thrilling finish

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THE ASHES second Test came to an end at Lord’s with England and Australia drawing, leaving the overall score at 1-0 to the Aussies. But, there was an exciting end for fans as both teams eyed victory with just one session left on Day 5.



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Premier League takeaways – Pochettino now a fan of VAR?

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Craig Burley picks the winners and losers from the Premier League's second weekend and delves into Mauricio Pochettino's love-hate relationship with VAR.



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Chelsea's front-foot football proved costly on Lampard's return to Stamford Bridge

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ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses the positives Frank Lampard and Chelsea can take from their 1-1 draw against Leicester.

LONDON — The venue was familiar. The vantage point was not.

Few people on the planet know Stamford Bridge better than Frank Lampard, who turned the West London stadium into his own back garden during a phenomenal 13-year Chelsea career in which he won 11 major trophies and became the club's record goal scorer. But while he probably trampled every single blade of grass on the pitch during his time in Chelsea blue, he didn't spend much time in the dugout. Of the 218 Premier League appearances he…



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