Liverpool have several reasons to fear a new-look Tottenham Hotspur side on Saturday afternoon, but for the first time in a long time, Harry Kane won't be one of them.
Kane departed Spurs this summer to join Bayern Munich and, surprisingly for many, Ange Postecoglu's men look a better side for it.
Nevertheless, Kane scored 10 goals in 17 career appearances against the Reds and despite winning just one of those games, he was always a dangerman when they two sides faced off.
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But he wasn't the only one, and Liverpool might be just as worried about Kane's old partner in crime, the rejuvenated Heung-Min Son.
He may be considered one of the nicer players in the Premier League, but Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp still has some reason to be sick of the sight of Spurs’ South Korean forward. He has, after all, scored five goals from his last eight Premier League starts against Liverpool, while he returned five goals from five starts against the German's Borussia Dortmund.
Yet while he would remain unbeaten when starting against Klopp in the Bundesliga during his time with Hamburg and Bayer Leverkusen, it’s a different story from his meetings with the Reds.
Locking horns with Liverpool on 15 occasions, Spurs' infamous 4-1 victory, in which he scored, in October 2017, remains the only time Son has ended up on the winning side against Klopp’s Reds. And of course, such a run includes Tottenham’s defeat in the 2019 Champions League final.
Still, a record of 10 goals from 16 starts in all competitions against Klopp’s sides ensure the South Korean is a danger-man who could deal theirRead on liverpoolecho.co.uk