Tottenham Hotspurs returned to Premier League after their draw against Real Madrid. The Spurs have been impressive in the Premier League over the last two seasons.The game was the second of the last six matches held at Wembley Stadium.

After holding Manchester United to a goalless draw at Anfield last weekend, Liverpool traveled to the capital city to play last season's Premier League runners-up. The game came after Liverpool routed Slovenian's champions, Maribor 7-0 in the Champions League game that the Reds hosted. The Reds had failed to win their last two league matches.

What unfolded in the contest

Tottenham Hotspurs manager, Mauricio Pochetino was glad to welcome back Delle Alli to his team after missing the Champions League game in Madrid following the ban that he was serving. The Spurs got into business soon after the game began with Harry Kane scoring within five minutes. The England national team captain set Heung-Min Son to hit to double the hosts' lead eight minutes later.

The visitors pulled a goal back in the 24th minute through Mohamed Salah with the assist coming from Jordan Henderson. The Reds suffered a huge setback when Dejan Lovren got an injury in the first 30 minutes and was subsequently replaced by Alex Ox-Laid Chamberlain. The Spurs restored their two-goal lead with Delle Alli scoring in the stroke of half-time as the hosts cruised the break winning 3-1.

It took Harry Kane only 11 minutes to send the game beyond Liverpool's reach when the former Leicester City striker struck his second goal of the evening. The Reds' three-pronged attacking force with decorated players like Mohamed Salah, Phillippe Coutinho, and Roberto Firmino couldn't break the hosts' tenacious defense in the second half.

Even with the introduction of Daniel Sturridge who replaced Roberto Firmino in the 77th minute, there was no other goal for both sides as the game ended 4-1 in favor of the North Londoners.

Talking points

Tottenham Hotspurs' 4-1 victory over Liverpool is the second game Mauricio Pochetino's side is winning in Premier League at home since relocating to Wembley Stadium.

The Spurs won their first home league match last weekend after overcoming Bournemouth with a narrow 1-0 win.

Jurgen Klopp's team was suffering from the second huge league defeat this season with both humiliations coming from the sides are currently in the top three of the league standings. Manchester City routed Liverpool 5-0 at Etihad Stadium in September before today's 4-1 loss at Wembley. However, The Reds fans also boast of the 4-0 victory their side inflicted on Arsenal just a week before losing heavily to the current league leaders.

The win ensured that the Spurs clung to their third position in the league table but leveled on points with Manchester United who have superior goal difference.

The Reds are ninth in the standing with 13 points and trailing Manchester City by a massive 12 points.

Harry Kane's double ensured that the English striker now tops the league's best scorers board with eight goals. He leapfrogged Sergio Aguero and Romelu Lukaku who were both leading with seven goals each before the Spurs played. Harry Kane has won the last two golden boots, and he's on course for the third one in a row with the impressive performance he records in each game.