We can confirm Liverpool’s dramatic winner vs Spurs is even better with Titanic music

Liverpool fans will be absolutely buzzing after a late win over Tottenham sent them back to the top of the Premier League standings.

Jurgen Klopp’s side got off to an absolute flyer, running the Spurs defence ragged before Roberto Firmino nodded a delightful Andy Robertson cross past Hugo Lloris.

Further chances would follow but the Reds failed to capitalise, settling for a one-goal lead at half-time.

Spurs were a different beast in the second stanza though, flipping the game on its head and putting the revered Liverpool defence under immense pressure.

That pressure eventually told as the north London side equalised, Lucas Moura sweeping home a flowing move to silence the Anfield faithful.

The visitors then pushed on for a winner and looked the more likely of the two to snatch all three points.

Moussa Sissoko had a glorious chance to wreck Liverpool’s title hopes when clean through on goal late-on, but some astute Virgil van Dijk defending forced him onto his left foot and he blazed over.

With the clock ticking away, and the palpable tension becoming unbearable inside the famous old stadium, Klopp’s side forced their way forward.

They had no choice but to attack with their title challenge hanging by a thread, and, with only seconds remaining on the clock, Mohamed Salah popped up at the back post.

The little Egyptian was in the right place at the right time to nod against Hugo Lloris before Toby Alderweireld put through his own net.

Anfield exploded, belting out a mighty roar that would no doubt have been heard at Manchester City.

The players knew exactly what that goal meant as they enveloped Salah in front of the Kop.

It was a massive moment in Liverpool’s season and could be the difference come the 12th of May.

However, just when Liverpool fans thought Salah’s heroics couldn’t get any better, a video of the last minute winner set to Titanic music emerged online.

Incredible stuff.

The scenes on the Anfield turf in the aftermath of the final whistle showed that the Reds are well up for a title challenge that promises to go right down to the final day.

Neither team is willing to give any quarter, and it promises to be a scintillating run in.