In a dramatic game in the Premier League, Tottenham drew 2-2 with Liverpool, clinching an equaliser in the last second at Anfield.
The Reds took the lead after just three minutes when former Roma player, Mohamed Salah finished well to put the home side 1-0 up.
The final 10 minutes proved to be full of drama, as Spurs equalised in the 80th, when Victor Wanyama lashed home from 25 yards after a punched clearance from Liverpool keeper, Loris Karius. The German would then prove to be decisive when he saved a penalty from Tottenham striker, Harry Kane.
In stoppage time Salah thought he had won the game after scoring a sensational goal to restore Liverpool's advantage. However, the referee awarded Tottenham another penalty deep into added time, and this time Kane made no mistake from 12 yards to clinch a late 2-2 draw.
The result follows a 2-0 win over Manchester United the previous weekend, whom Spurs beat at Wembley after scoring in the opening minute thanks to a Christian Eriksen strike, and then added to their lead after an own goal from United's Phil Jones.
Next up for Tottenham is an FA Cup fourth round replay at Wembley against League 2, Newport County, having drawn 1-1 away in their first game.