Tottenham Hotspur came from a goal down to force Liverpool to a 1-1 draw at White Hart Lane in Saturday’s English Premier League early kick-off.
James Milner gave Liverpool the lead from the penalty spot before Danny Rose equalised for Spurs.
The result means Liverpool are unbeaten against Spurs in their last eight visits to White Hart Lane, while Rose’s goal was Spurs’ first against Liverpool at White Hart Lane since 2012.
Liverpool had the first chance of the game on fifth minute but Philippe Coutinho’s low drive was brilliantly saved by Michel Vorm.
A minutes later Spurs won a free-kick and Christian Eriksen saw his attempt fisted away by Mignolet.
In the 19th minute, Vorm dashed out of his area to deny Saido Mane from reaching a through pass by clearing the danger.
Once again Vorm made another similar clearance on 22 minutes preventing Mane from getting to a dangerous pass.
On 28 minutes, Spurs were forced to an early change with Kyle Walker going off injured and replaced by Vincent Janssen.
In the 43rd minute, James Milner gave Liverpool the lead from the penalty spot after Erik Lamela fouled Firmino inside the 18-yard box.
In the 53rd minute, Joel Matip almost doubled Liverpool’s lead but his flick off Milner’s corner from six-yard clips the bar.
Mane had the ball in the back of the net for Liverpool on 56 minutes off a quick counter but it was ruled off for offside.
Lamela came close to draw Spurs level on 64 minutes but Mignolet tipped his free-kick over the bar.
A minute later, Mignolet stopped a goal-bound header from Alderwereld from Lamela’s corner.
Liverpool made their first change on 69 minutes with Divock Origi replacing Coutinho.
Spurs finally drew level in the 72nd minute through Rose who smashed in a loose ball.
With five minutes remaining, Alderwereld met Eriksen’s corner but couldn’t keep his header down.