Klopp on his Liverpool record breakers: I've lost seven in a row!

Doug Mendoza
September 24, 2018

Title hopefuls Liverpool continued their 100% start to the Premier League season and set a new club record by cruising past Southampton 3-0 at Anfield this afternoon.

Overall, Liverpool have been beaten once in their last 34 home matches in all competitions - against West Brom in the FA Cup in January.

"I had the benefit of Shaq's free-kicks for a long time, unfortunately it went against me today", he added. I think nobody enjoys to play here'.

"He tried everything. We only had problem in defensive [situations], offensive it was a good idea".

The Switzerland global started for the first time in the comprehensive 3-0 victory over Saints, and had a hand in two of the side's three first-half goals. I still need some time but (I'm) looking forward to the next game.

"We were 3-0 down at half time and there is a danger you go completely under and that would have damaged us even more than the 3-0 performance in the first half", Hughes said.

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But it is in defence that Sarri will have the most concern as he prepares to face Liverpool's formidable front line next weekend. It is not a big problem now because we have played only six matches but in the future it may be a problem".

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From the resultant corner, Matip, making his first start of the season, soared high to direct a header past the goalkeeper and give the home side a two-goal cushion on 20 minutes. I explained it to him, usually I don't explain substitutions but I thought today it made a bit of sense.

Yes, it's a surprise because of course you can not expect it, but all performances we showed so far were at least good enough to win the games.

High-flying Liverpool head into Saturday's match against Southampton with a ideal record of five wins from five.

Speaking after the game, Liverpool's manager said it was tough taking off Shaqiri considering he was having such a good game.

"Yes, he lost the ball before we conceded the second (Paris Saint-Germain) goal but it was a very intense game and things like this happen constantly".

The second half was rather a non-event, with Salah's disallowed finish after James Milner's shot was cleared off the line the closest Liverpool came to adding gloss to the scoreline. "It is better to win these games than draw them or lose them, but I am really sure we are mature enough to understand it in the right way".

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