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

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

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

'We wanted to have a clean sheet and we wanted to get some goals back in and it could have been a lot more (than 3-0)'.

Liverpool's manager Jurgen Klopp celebrates with defender Andrew Robertsonafter beating Bournemouth at Anfield. Yeah, I think they were in the areas that mattered.

"I didn't train on Friday and I didn't sleep at the hotel either because they thought I might infect other players".

"The tablets helped a lot but even at half-time I had to run off to get to the toilet". I was like 'Oh no!'. "I ran inside and I managed to control it!"

"But if we had been told that at the beginning (of the season) you will have this kind of points (65) everyone would have taken it". He is just trying to get us going and it's obviously worked.

"It could be better but we must appreciate where we stand".

On Saturday, Sala's goal against marked the 20th goal he achieved this year for Liverpool, for the second consecutive season, an achievement that has not been made since Uruguayan Luis Suarez left the team five years ago to join Barcelona.

The problem with talking about a Big Six, however, is that it implies a measure of equality between them when the truth is that the top three - Manchester City, Liverpool and Tottenham - are in a league of their own.

It has been suggested that Klopp's side may struggle to juggle their domestic and European commitments given their desperation to end the club's 29-year wait for a league title.

Wijnaldum, who cost Liverpool a reported £22 million ($28 million) when he signed from Newcastle in 2016, is optimistic they can cope with competing on two fronts.

'They are the team behind the team and they are the ones who keep us going and positive. "That's what we have to do, the lads behind them - give them a solid base and give them plenty of the ball and let them go and express themselves". In that time Neville has won eight Premier League titles for Manchester United and knows what it takes to come out on top in a tense title race.

Matip has featured in Liverpool's last four outings after recovering fully from a collarbone injury, which he sustained in the team's Champions League outing against Napoli before the turn of the year.

The unpredictability of the Championship has shown how good this league has been so far.

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