Jurgen Klopp's new look Liverpool side earned a point away against Tottenham Hotspurs in his first game in charge at the club.

Mamadou Sakho stepped up and impressed for his new manager.
A win would have been the perfect result for Liverpool but considering the current scenario at the club, a draw against Tottenham away has to be taken as a good result. Klopp has not had enough time to work with his players and most of his first team players were injured.

But there was a sense of optimism after the match and there certainly were changes in Liverpool's approach in the game. Klopp was the centre of attention of the media before the game and he didn't fail to deliver.

Divock Origi was tasked to spearhead the attack with Sturridge, Benteke, Ings all out injured.

A shade of the famous 'geigenpressing' of Klopp was there for all to see as Liverpool started brightly without allowing Tottenham any time or space on the ball. The first real chance for Liverpool came from a corner and Origi hit the crossbar with a header.

Tottenham slowly grew into the game and had some good chances themselves. Mignolet was forced to perform a couple of brilliant saves from N'jie and Harry Kane. Kyle Walker and Delle Alli also tried their luck but a determined Sakho and a brilliant Mignolet stood firm to deny them.

After the break, neither team got much chances. Liverpool were constantly pressing their opponents in their own half but they weren't able to create much after winning the ball back. Emre Can and Christian Eriksen sent long range efforts just wide of the target at either side in the dying moments but neither side looked like winning the game.

It was not the best performance from Liverpool but there was a massive improvement from the Rodgers days. Once the injured Henderson and Sturridge return, this style of pressing football will start to reap rewards. Liverpool's major issue has been their defence but they looked pretty solid at the back in today's game.

Once Klopp is given time and the players are all fully fit, this Liverpool side will be able to produce some really entertaining football.