Jota's winner puts Liverpool's EPL defense back on track

By Martyn Herman

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Sheffield were brave in their play but lost to the stronger team. Great to see Alisson back in goal.

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Keep an eye on that Jota, this kid is a machine!

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City struggling. Sterling is building up a collection of missed sitters.

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Seeing the Hobbit celebrate a 0-0 draw at Old Trafford with a fist pump is indicative of how far the Goldman Sachs Soccerdevils have fallen. Ferguson would have been screaming blue murder at dropping two points at home...

Pool ground it out in gritty style, City have no focus without a proper centre forward, United are dire, Chelsea are struggling at the back: it all points to a first title for Spurs since 1961. Mourinho does tend to come good in his second season at clubs. Lord help us all...

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Diogo Jota is one who is very effective in front of the goal. His nods and kicks fetch goals and points. Well done.

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The title race is open again like when Leicester won it. With these games being played without fans and real home ground ,a surprise team could easily come through and win it.Leeds even? Lol.

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Mourinho does tend to come good in his second season at clubs. Lord help us all...

He usually wrecks the club in his third season though. As good as Spuds are, I can't see that squad keeping it up all season. Harry Kane will have an ankle / hamstring injury sometime soon.

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