I was a bit surprised Jürgen decided to make 11 changes especially when looking back at the strength of the sides put out against Burton and Derby but it all worked out for the best. I thought the team played well against an also much changed Spurs and we deserved the win. Maybe it shows we’ve finally got a bit of strength in depth and I thought Sturridge was as good as The Kaiser said he was. Scored two, denied by the Spurs ‘keeper twice and missed a couple, not a bad nights work for someone who can get into the England side but can’t always get into ours. Ovie Ejaria really impressed, early days I know but it looks like there’s a talent in waiting inside this player. Although the other young ‘un Trent Alexander-Arnold found life a bit trickier he let nobody down and for a young defender playing in a back line that must have been almost alien to him he showed there could be another prospect lurking within. The Spurs side included eight players who were under 23 but we couldn’t have been far behind. Origi is only 21 and Grujic 20 [and how big will he be when he stops growing] and that has to be a good sign. We’ve had our share of ‘Fools Gold’ but it finally looks like our scouting network has delivered the goods. Oh, and Danny Ings doesn’t normally even make our bench but I’m sure it’s only a matter of time. The problem Herr Klopp might have is keeping them all satisfied but not a bad problem to have. The atmosphere last night was reasonably good and even after the customary nerves arrived following the penalty the crowd kept with the lads and that can’t be bad. 53,000+ as well, shows the price was right. Another home draw wouldn’t go amiss and I’ll be tuning in to find out who we’ve got once Mourinho has stopped either gloating or moaning. The final word on last night; thought Mignolet looked more confident that Karius has been looking.