Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says his side deserved more than just a draw from today's game against Tottenham Hotspur.
It was an entertaining game of football at White Hart Lane with both sides creating many goal-scoring opportunities.
The Reds will host champions Leicester City when the Premier League resumes on September 10 before a very tough away fixture at Chelsea seven days later.
"I still feel a little bit disappointed, [even though] we took a point against Tottenham," the German said after the game.
"When we played like this then I think we could have won the game, but it is like it is. We have to accept all the things that happened around [the game].
"We made one mistake in and around their goal and they also had a header from Alderweireld and a wonderful save from Simon. There were not plenty more chances for a home game for a football-playing team, a good side like Tottenham. This says a lot about our defending.
"But on the other hand, we had chances – and of course we even had one in the 92nd minute but in the end, unfortunately, it was not a chance.
"This game showed again what we can do, how we can play. It was not only about pressing and things like this, although we did it really well. We were really flexible in offensive defending and then played football. We had wonderful moments with passing and all that stuff, the direction in our game.
"Yes, I wish we would have won it but now we have to accept the point and that's no problem because it's Tottenham. They scored a goal and they could have won the game too. If they had scored the header, it was the same game but with two goals for Tottenham, so we have to accept it.
"We showed again we can be really good and that's what we have to show in each game. Then everything will be good."