Liverpool want to be the ugliest team to play against, says Klopp

Doug Mendoza
September 22, 2018

"The defensive side the last two games were outstanding, perfect", he said. He can play football, and that makes him a pretty valuable player.

With those midfielders needing a rest ahead of a busy few weeks, Southampton presents the ideal opportunity for Fabinho to get a feel of the Premier League from the onset, in a game which, on paper, shouldn't be too much like throwing him at the deep end.

After the Liverpool game, Warnock said: "When you get Daniel fit and firing, you can not ignore him".

"We are really waiting for him without making pressure on him and we know that it will take a long time but he will always be a very important part of the squad because of the guy he is".

"I think this year we're confident as a team".

Shaqiri is yet to start for Liverpool following his summer move from Stoke City but, after three impressive substitute appearances, is in contention for a debut.

"The PSG game was one of his best, 100 per cent", Klopp said.

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Smith who promised to take his shirt off inside the stadium at the start of the night if the Browns broke their streak. The jokes regarding the fridges were endless, but a 21-17 win over the New York Jets made the free beer a reality.

"Everyone loves Shaq - without playing plenty of minutes". He has done everything to play.

Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah was celebrating - not acting out in frustration - when he threw a bottle down following Roberto Firmino's injury-time victor against Paris Saint-Germain, according to Rio Ferdinand. "I made different decisions but his time will come, that is for sure".

The veteran put in a stellar showing against Les Parisiens and his tremendous work rate was put to good use as the Reds shut down Neymar each time the world's most expensive player got a whiff of the ball.

The 32-year-old has just entered his fourth season with the Merseyside giants, and the versatile Englishman has become an increasingly influential figure in Jurgen Klopp's side. Yes, there were a few chances he could have scored.

Liverpool came far too close to throwing away a dominant performance on Tuesday night only to be saved by Roberto Firmino. If he is a little bit further on, he shoots in the bottom corner.

While he has by no means endured a torrid start to the season, Mo Salah has also not quite looked at his best and against PSG, he looked exhausted.

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