The German, who was appointed as Brendan Rodgers’ successor at White Hart Lane earlier this month, watched his side dominate the opening exchanges but fail to make the crucial breakthrough.
Divock Origi was handed his first Premier League start up front, and the striker hit the bar with a first-half header.
Tottenham’s best efforts came when substitute Clinton N’Jie and Harry Kane tested Simon Mignolet, however the game ended up all square.
Saturday’s early kick-off inevitably prompted plenty of activity on social media – and here are some of our favourite updates.
Looking forward to the game! A new start!!!
— Ian Rush MBE (@Ian_Rush9) October 17, 2015
New manager, new attitude, new hope……….same players !
— Rodney Marsh (@RodneyMarsh10) October 17, 2015
Get that box off!
— Gary Neville (@GNev2) October 17, 2015
Some effort for #LFC to maintain tempo. Managers will say “let them burn out, then pick them off”. Hardest lge to play at this pace.
— Stan Collymore (@StanCollymore) October 17, 2015
— Ian Wright (@IanWright0) October 17, 2015
Only difference to Liverpool there was that Klopp had them pressing more (should be a given anyway). Not bad for 7 million a year.
— Alan Tonge (@Alan_Tonge) October 17, 2015
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