96 minute suicide goal Liverpool loss.
Liverpool became 10 in 26 minutes and nine in 69 minutes. Meanwhile, Ruben Diaz had a goal ruled out for offside. Despite all this, Jurgen Klopp's team was on the way to take a point away from Tottenham.
But the day didn't really belong to Liverpool. Otherwise, why would Joel Matip send the ball into his own net while resisting Pedro Porro's cross in the 96th minute of the match. Just before the final whistle, Liverpool lost 2-1 in Tottenham's field with Matip's suicide goal.
With this loss, Klopp's team has dropped to number four in the points table, and their 19-match unbeaten streak has also been interrupted.
Curtis Jones was shown a yellow card for a tackle on Yves Bissouma in the 26th minute of the match. However, after seeing the replay, the referee showed the English midfielder a red card. Diaz then sent the ball into the Tottenham net but it was ruled out for offside. In the 36th minute, Tottenham went ahead with Son Heung-min's goal. However, Gakpo redeemed that goal before the break. Liverpool survived another offside flag for Tottenham.
In the 69th minute of the match, substitute Diogo Jota saw a second yellow card and Liverpool became a team of 9 men. Tottenham, however, could not use the advantage of having two additional players. In the 96th minute of the match, Matip sent the ball into his own net while stopping Poro's cross in front of the box. A point within reach instantly became a 'no' for Liverpool.
Manchester City remain top of the points table despite losing to Liverpool earlier in the day. After 7 matches, City's points are 18. Tottenham second with 17 points, Arsenal third with equal points. And Liverpool's position is fourth with 16 points.