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Revealed: The speed of Victor Wayama’s goal vs Liverpool

Victor Wanyama unleashed a venomous strike to draw Tottenham level against Liverpool in one of the best Premier League matchups of the season.

Having come on as a substitute just moments prior, the midfielder lashed home a shot, with his sidefoot, from 25-yards into the top corner.

Wanyama’s wicked strike

The French commentary tells you everything you need to know about the ferocity of the Kenyan’s finish.

The BBC report that Wanyama’s goal was recorded at an astounding speed of 63mph.

The goal came much to the relief of the Spurs faithful who had seen their side press and probe Liverpool’s back-line without a great deal of success for most of the second period.

The substitute’s thunderbolt set up a grandstand finale in the final ten minutes.

FT: Liverpool 2-2 Tottenham Hotspur

Sunday afternoon saw two Premier League heavyweights collide in a mouth-watering clash, as Liverpool and Tottenham produced one of the most thrilling Premier League encounters of the season.

In quite exquisite fashion, Kane stepped up from 12-yards to salvage Spurs a point, following a moment of magic from Mo Salah who netted a wonderful solo-goal which looked to have won it for the Reds.

A lackadaisical moment from Tottenham’s Eric Dier gifted Liverpool the lead within the first five minutes, as Salah raced on to the 24-year-old’s wayward pass to slot home his 20th league goal of the season.

The game seriously sprung into life in the final 10 minutes, as substitute Victor Wayama riffled home a rocket-shot to finally bring Spurs level, after much probing of the Liverpool back line.

Five minutes later, referee Jon Moss awarded Kane a spot kick, as the forward was felled by the onrushing Loris Karius after Dejan Lovren’s miscued clearance sent him through on goal.

Following much debate from the officials, Kane stepped up, looking for his 100th Premier League goal, only to be denied by Liverpool’s German keeper.

As the game headed into additional time, Salah produced a scintillating stunner, sending Klopp and Anfield into utter jubilation having looked a though they had stolen the three points right at the death.

However, Harry and co were not done yet, in the final minute of the four added on, Virgil van Dijk desperately attempted to clear a Fernando Llorente flick on, only to catch the legs of Erik Lamela, forcing assistant referee Eddie Smart to award a penalty.

Up stepped Kane for redemption, who this time sent Karius the wrong way, denying Liverpool the chance of moving five points from fifth-placed Tottenham.