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Once again the Reds did not quite get what they deserved during their 2-1 defeat by Tottenham Hotspur. Take a look at the numbers yourself to see how unfortunate Brendan Rodgers' side were...
The two likely men dominated the statistics as far as shots were concerned - with Luis Suarez's seven leading ahead of the five attempted by Spurs winger Gareth Bale.
Both players saw three of their efforts hit the target but it was the Welshman who proved the more effective - taking four punts from outside the box, finding the net once and providing an assist.
Just as against Swansea at the weekend, eight of the ten outfield players who started the match at White Hart Lane tried their luck at least once - Joe Allen and Stewart Downing the Reds not to register.
Of the 17 shots the away side recorded, 11 were struck by the attacking trio of Jose Enrique, Raheem Sterling and Suarez - with four on target.
Tottenham's front four, by comparison, shot at goal 12 times and tested Pepe Reina with six of those. Interestingly, eight of those strikes were launched from outside the penalty area.
The Reds controlled possession throughout the Barclays Premier League encounter, and it was centre-back Martin Skrtel who topped the passing accuracy standings.
The Slovakian finished the match with a 94.6 per cent rating, ahead of Clint Dempsey (94.4 per cent), Steven Gerrard (89.9 per cent) and Daniel Agger (88.9 per cent).
Agger saw more of the ball than any other player on the pitch - 72 times - followed by Reds midfield duo Allen and Gerrard on 69. Mousa Dembele was the top performer for Spurs in that department with 46 passes.
The home side played significantly more long passes than Liverpool, 15 per cent to 9.4 per cent, which was reflected in the individual distribution figures.
While Agger delivered just 1.4 per cent of his passes long, William Gallas and Kyle Walker did so with 25 per cent of their respective balls. Bale kept Spurs' football short, sending just 3.1 per cent of his passes long.
Gerrard and Jonjo Shelvey, who only played 27 minutes, led the crossing category with eight and six each, considerably clear of Spurs' strongest performer - Bale with three.
Three of the Reds' defenders made three clearances during the game, but Spurs were forced into a far greater number. Michael Dawson made 16, Gallas 10 and Sandro eight.
Jan Vertonghen attempted far more tackles than any other player on the pitch with 11, followed by teammate Dembele and Liverpool's Glen Johnson on five.
Eight Reds players in total concluded the match with a perfect 100 per cent record in tackles, as did three of their opponents.
Belgian defender Vertonghen topped the standings in regards to duels too, winning 82.4 per cent of the contests he entered. Of those who started the fixture, Agger performed best for Liverpool in duels with a 70 per cent success rate.
In the battle of the two goalkeepers, Hugo Lloris perhaps shaded Reina. The Frenchman stopped 75 per cent of the attempts that came his way, compared to 71.4 per cent for his Spanish counterpart.
Reina was more productive in terms of passing, however. The Reds' 'keeper picked out a teammate with 71.4 per cent of his deliveries. Lloris registered a low 35.3. per cent.