- Honours even in thrilling heavyweight Premier League contest at Anfield after a truly remarkable finish
- Harry Kane nets a last-gasp penalty for Tottenham and reaches his century of top-flight goals just minutes after an initial miss from 12 yards is punished by Mohamed Salah
- Substitute Victor Wanyama equalises with a piledriver into the top corner that gave Loris Karius no chance
- Salah gives the hosts a third-minute lead after a wretched mistake from Eric Dier
- No Liverpool player has reached the 20-goal mark in the Premier League faster than the Egyptian international
- Tottenham remain fifth, two points behind Liverpool in third
- 14.15 GMT - Crystal Palace 1-1 Newcastle
That is all from IBTimes UK for now, but be sure to join us for live coverage of that clash at Vicarage Road on Monday.
Until then, it's goodnight.
From unadulterated joy to anger and despair for Klopp, who will be seething after that ending.
Those two Tottenham penalties will be subject to plenty of debate over the coming days, that much seems certain.
The draw means things stay as they are in terms of positioning, though Chelsea will leapfrog Liverpool into third if they beat Watford tomorrow night.
Liverpool 2-2 Tottenham
A chance for everyone to catch their breath after a truly chaotic finish...
No mistake this time from Kane, who celebrates in front of the Kop after levelling the score with virtually the last kick of the game.
Goal: Liverpool 2-2 Tottenham (Harry Kane)
Lamela goes down after a swing from Van Dijk and the referee's assistant signals for another Tottenham spot-kick. Moss initially doesn't seem interested before eventually giving it.
A shot at redemption for Kane...
PENALTY TO TOTTENHAM
What is going on?!
What an incredible finish to this game.
Kane looks crestfallen and Klopp embarks on a Mourinho-esque sprint down the touchline after Salah weaves his way through the Spurs defence before netting what will surely prove to be the winning goal.
Gloriously quick feet.
Goal: Liverpool 2-1 Tottenham (Mohamed Salah)
Eriksen's cross deflects back off of his midriff for a Liverpool goal kick. Four minutes of added time signalled.
Kane's powerful effort down the middle is parried by Karius and Van Dijk prevents Lamela from turning in the rebound.
Wonderful drama inside the last five minutes at Anfield.
The penalty decision stands...
Where is VAR when you need it, eh?!
Kane, who looked to come from an offside position, knocks the ball past Karius and is brought down by the Liverpool goalkeeper.
Referee Moss points to the spot before going over to consult with his assistant on the near side...
PENALTY TO TOTTENHAM
Barely a minute after coming off the bench, Wanyama equalises for Spurs.
Can cannot clear after Karius punches away an Eriksen cross and the Kenyan midfielder almost bursts the net with an unstoppable piledriver into the top corner.
That was an absolute belter.
Goal: Liverpool 1-1 Tottenham (Victor Wanyama)
Alexander-Arnold concedes another corner that is cleared. Tottenham back on the offensive straightaway.
Klopp withdraws Milner and sends on another centre-back in Matip. Liverpool look to be going three at the back in an attempt to push on their full-backs and meet Tottenham's wide threat head on.
Pochettino's second change sees Victor Wanyama replace Dembele.
Lovren positions himself very well to block a cross from the left and Kane heads over after an aerial challenge with Karius.
An attacking change from Pochettino as we enter the final 20 minutes at Anfield.
Erik Lamela replaces Sanchez.
Lovren beats Son to a lofted pass forward and Alli takes a tumble in the box under minimal pressure from Robertson.
The England midfielder is deservedly cautioned for simulation - and not for the first time.
Tottenham continue to dominate this second half as Lovren intercepts Alli's low pass and Alexander-Arnold comes across to meet Trippier's inswinging delivery from the right.
The ball then squirts through to a grateful Karius.