SOME Tottenham fans appeared to decide enough was enough and left Anfield just 15 minutes into the clash against Liverpool.
Goals from Curtis Jones, Luis Diaz and Mohamed Salah saw Spurs trail 3-0 within 15 minutes.
And a small number of furious Tottenham fans were seen leaving their seats when Salah struck from the spot.
Jones initially put Liverpool ahead with just three minutes on the clock, volleying home a Trent Alexander-Arnold cross, before Diaz added a second two minutes later.
Salah then converted from 12 yards after Cristian Romero brought down Cody Gakpo in the box.
The third goal prompted some fans to head for the exits with the game only 15 minutes old.
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It comes the week after some supporters left St. James' Park early last week during the 6-1 hammering at the hands of Newcastle.
Tottenham refunded the fans who made the long trip to Tyneside to watch the game.
And despite some supporters appearing to leave early against Liverpool, the travelling supporters remained in good voice throughout the first half.
There were chants of "we want our money back" from the away end at Anfield on Sunday.
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And Gary Neville joked on commentary for Sky Sports that the club would have to set up a "direct debit" to supporters after going 3-0 down.
However, as he did last week, Harry Kane pulled one back for Tottenham.
He volleyed home from an Ivan Perisic cross after the Croatian ace left Virgil van Dijk in a heap on the deck.
In doing so the Spurs striker drew level with Wayne Rooney on 208 Premier League goals.
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