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Feb 6, 2012 at 8pm UK at Anfield
Liverpool
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SpursTottenham Hotspur
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Result: Liverpool 0-0 Tottenham Hotspur

Result: Liverpool 0-0 Spurs
A cat invading the pitch was arguably the highlight of the match as Liverpool and Spurs play out a goalless draw at Anfield.

Neither attack could break down two stubborn defences as Liverpool and Tottenham played out a goalless draw at Anfield this evening.

The main talking point before the game was that Harry Redknapp was unable to attend after his flight from London was delayed, with assistant manager Kevin Bond stepping-in in Redknapp's place.

The game began in an open manner but the first half soon became stale, with neither side regularly testing either keeper.

A cat invading the pitch was certainly the highlight of the half where Jay Spearing came closest for the Reds with a drive that went just wide of Brad Friedel's left-hand post.

Luis Suarez, who was available for selection for the first time since his eight-game ban, was brought on by Kenny Dalglish in the 66th minute in an attempt to clinch the game.

The Uruguayan was booked within five minutes of his introduction for kicking Scott Parker in the midriff.

Louis Saha was also introduced for his Spurs debut as both sides pushed for the three points.

As the game drew to a close, Gareth Bale spurned by far the best chance by failing to put away a one-on-one opportunity before Suarez sent a free header straight at Friedel.

Both sides remain where they started the night, despite picking up a point with Tottenham third and Liverpool seventh in the Premier League table.

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