Following Liverpool’s goalless draw at Tottenham on Saturday, we bring you best social media reaction from the game.
Jurgen Klopp‘s first match in charge of the Reds ended in a fair stalemate at White Hart Lane, in what was a pleasing performance.
There were plenty of positives to take from proceedings in north London, with Liverpool’s first clean-sheet in nine matches the most notable of those.
Klopp’s players will only improve the more they work alongside the 48-year-old, and he will be very satisfied with their efforts on the whole.
Here is the best social media reaction both during and after the match.
Encouraging start for Jürgen Klopp's #LFC. Plenty of fight, plenty of industry. Clean sheet and a good point away against a good side.
— Melissa Reddy (@MelissaReddy_) October 17, 2015
Spurs 0 Liverpool 0. Good game and plenty for both managers to be satisfied about. Klopp looked like a man enjoying himself.
— Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) October 17, 2015
No Sturridge, Benteke, Ings and Firmino and a 0-0 draw against the team that thrashed City 4-1. I'll take that.
— Arastu (@illidan_storm) October 17, 2015
Mignolet very good. Clyne’s best game for us so far. Sakho phenomenal. Give that man Milner’s armband.
— Karl Matchett (@karlmatchett) October 17, 2015
— James Walsh (@jamesstarsailor) October 17, 2015
Great without the ball today, not so great with it. Sakho & Mignolet both excellent. Good point, onwards and upwards
— The Liverpool Way ??? (@theliverpoolway) October 17, 2015
‘lfc.eddie’ on the forum:
Promising start, we lack the finishing touch. We aren’t clinical enough and Lallana needs to put some glue on his boots. High energy game, good to see players responded well enough.
Given the lack of preparation time and a litany of injuries that's a very good point. Some promising signs to boot. Decent start.
— Aaron Cutler (@aaron_cutler) October 17, 2015
Mamadou Sakho comfortably Man of the Match there, for me. Didn't do anything outstanding, just a composed, robust defensive display. #LFC
— Jack Lusby (@jacklusby_) October 17, 2015
A clean sheet = progress #Klopp
— Simon Collings (@simoncollings82) October 17, 2015
‘MarkMcC’ on the forum:
Can live with that. Could have been more potent but with injuries hardly surprising. Clean sheet is hopefully first of many.
Surprised how quickly the players have adapted to the pressing. Some good stuff to take away from this regardless of result. #LFC
— Tom McMahon (@tomjpmac) October 17, 2015
Make absolutely no mistake, you should be encouraged after that. Good result with key injuries. A platform to build upon.
— WHAT•A•HIT•SON•LFC (@whatahitsonlfc) October 17, 2015
Seven now unbeaten. #lfc
— LFCZA ?? ???? (@LFCZA) October 17, 2015
‘ptt’ on the forum:
Lots more energy and work today. Clean sheet too seemingly with half the squad in hospital. Well done Klopp, best we could have hoped for. Mig MOTM with honourable mentions for Can and a hard working but ultimately knackered Lallana. Anfield is going to be a cauldron on Thursday night.
James Milner. Mr Dependable. Can always rely on him to give a 4/10 performance and pick up a yellow card.
— Sam McGuire (@SamMcGuire90) October 17, 2015
Even a dull 0-0 is more fun now
— SimonBrundish (@SimonBrundish) October 17, 2015
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