Spurs boss Harry Redknapp delighted after comeback foils Liverpool FC

29 November 2010 12:00
TOTTENHAM manager Harry Redknapp declared his side can never be written off after watching them stage another amazing comeback to beat Liverpool in the Barclays Premier League.[LNB]For the second time in eight days and fifth time this season, Spurs trailed in a league game only to snatch all three points to keep themselves in the most open title race for years.[LNB]The win was sealed by the latest of winners, Aaron Lennon netting in the 92nd minute to hand his side a 2-1 victory at White Hart Lane and move them to within a point of fourth-placed Manchester City and back to six of the summit.[LNB]Reiterating his belief that Tottenham are title contenders, Redknapp said: 'We're not a team that you can write off and go, 'They're going nowhere, are they?'[LNB] 'Even if you're one down, we're always going to make plenty of opportunities and it's a case of sticking them away.[LNB]'I just feel we've got a belief in there that we can come from behind.'[LNB]Tottenham once again started slowly after a Champions League game - Wednesday night's 3-0 win over Werder Bremen - going behind three minutes before half-time to what was only Martin Skrtel's second goal in English football.

Source: Liverpool_Echo