Liverpool Create A Stunning Piece Of History In Easy Southampton Win

Ruben Ruiz
September 22, 2018

But Klopp switched his side up for the second half by replacing Shaqiri with James Milner.

Sturridge repaid Klopp's faith with a 30th-minute opener after the England worldwide guided a header into the PSG net following Andy Robertson's cross.

"Yes, Monday night was a disappointment, but it does not affect us confidence-wise".

For Southampton it was a third loss in six league matches.

"If we had been dominated in the game and poor for long periods, which was not the case, we would have been more concerned going up against an in-form Liverpool team".

Van Dijk was unable to continue and had to be subbed off four minutes later, with Joe Gomez coming on in his place.

Former Liverpool forward Robbie Keane believes he would have had what it takes to play in Jurgen Klopp's current front three, comparing his style of play to Roberto Firmino.

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Liverpool came far too close to throwing away a dominant performance on Tuesday night only to be saved by Roberto Firmino . "The defensive side the last two games were outstanding, perfect", he said.

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Southampton are no PSG and their only points this season have come against teams now in the bottom half of the table - Burnley, Crystal Palace and Brighton.

Klopp added: 'Everybody expects things because of last season.

The home record was not too bad, however, and Liverpool's squad is much deeper now.

The crowd was electric throughout a dramatic 90 minutes which was closed out by a late victor from Roberto Firmino, securing Liverpool's sixth win from six games this season.

It needed just ten minutes on the clock for Liverpool to take the lead at Anfield as Wesley Hoedt saw the ball rebound off him and into the back of the net, after Xherdan Shaqiri's cross flicked off Shane Long and on to the Dutch defender.

In the same period Southampton have scored none or one in 16 of their 21 away games, which suggests not much should be expected of them especially with Ings unavailable.

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