Liverpool FC owner’s wife reacts to 3-0 win over Southampton

Brunilde Fioravanti
Сентября 23, 2018

While Salah also stood out in terms of numbers, Shaqiri was deemed less impressive by WhoScored-though this is largely due to his half-time substitution.

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His deflected cross was turned in by Wesley Hoedt for the opener and a brilliant curling free-kick against the crossbar presented Mohamed Salah with a simple close-range effort for the third.

"It was not easy, to be honest. It's my job to sometimes deliver news nobody wants to hear", Klopp told "What a ball!" added Klopp. Usually, I don't, but here it made sense. You saw the free-kick, it was outstanding.

"This season we conceded not many goals but the whole team was working for this". He tried everything, the only problem was defensive.

"Offensively, it was a good idea, but we have to work a bit more on that. He was good, I liked it".

21' - GOAL! Liverpool 2-0 Southampton (Matip). That was the plan.

"At the end of the season we will see how it was, not at the beginning".

In the modern game where revenues are growing for the top clubs in England and across Europe, most of which are already backed by massively wealthy owners, the disparity of £10-£50 million on one player does not make a huge difference if success on the pitch is attained. "But then we won game No. 8 5-0, very cool".

"It's a surprise, but all the performances we showed so far were good enough to win the games". Different challenges, different styles of opponent, the boys were there, really in the situation and in the game. It will be tough, but for all of us.

The centre-back was replaced by his usual partner Joe Gomez just ten minutes into the second-half, with the Anfield faithful anxiously watching on.

"I said to Shaq at half-time that I'd never taken a player off at half-time after such an influential half".

The German has won nearly half of those games - overseeing 296 victories - with 158 draws and 146 defeats.

Juergen Klopp's side have won all six league games and are two points ahead of Chelsea, who have five wins from five games and play West Ham United on Sunday.

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