Andy Robertson praises 'calm' Jurgen Klopp as Liverpool recapture form

Andy Robertson praises 'calm' Jurgen Klopp as Liverpool recapture form

Andy Robertson praises 'calm' Jurgen Klopp as Liverpool recapture form

'I don't think it's a message to any other team or anything, ' said Robertson.

Going into the match, Liverpool aimed to win the match in convincing fashion and hope Chelsea defeated their title rivals Manchester City.

"I think that City dominated the game", Kluivert continued. Fabinho just goes about his business and won the ball back for us so many times.

This is due to a variety of factors, but given how close Liverpool are to securing silverware it should not be, and this is the point made in the buildup to the clash with Bournemouth.

"The scarves, the flags, the banners: it was something that I hadn't really experienced".

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Liverpool FC will not return to Premier League action until their trip to Manchester United on Sunday 24 February.

Pep Guardiola will defend his title. It was the type of goal that Liverpool fans saw so many times last season; quick, instinctive and ruthless.

He added: "It is always a good response when you win".

"We stretched the formation and could play in between with Gini and Naby, the two players in the right positions then to get these balls".

He will be needed in the remainder of the season as Liverpool attempt to balance a title challenge with a Champions League campaign, which resumes against Bayern Munich next week. They are cracking opponents' heads open and feasting on the goo inside.

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Wijnaldum was a star performer during Saturday's 3-0 win over Bournemouth at Anfield, which returned the Reds to the summit of the table.

"What City have done is they've got through their week where if you are Liverpool, you're looking at it and it's Arsenal and Chelsea - two big hitters - and Everton away, not an easy game". He has grabbed games by the scruff of the neck and has been a champion player.

City, Liverpool and Spurs highlighted that fact over the weekend with home victories by at least two-goal margins over Chelsea, Bournemouth and Leicester respectively. They are just unstoppable.

"In terms of the players we've not seen any difference in any of the staff and that feeds into the players and we've not changed; whether we draw, win or lose it doesn't change".

Keita had a hand in all three Liverpool goals, providing the pass to team mate James Milner, whose cross to Liverpool's Senegalese winger Sadio Mane was headed in for Liverpool's first goal.

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"What will happen in Merseyside, as it did in Manchester all those years ago, is you will be walking down the street and people will be saying "I think we can do it, go on let's do it this year".

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