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

Ross Houston
February 12, 2019

As of now, Manchester city lead the standings on goal difference with 65 points from 27 games.

Keita had a hand in all three Liverpool goals, providing the pass to team mate James Milner, whose cross to Liverpool's Senegalese winger Sadio Mane was headed in for Liverpool's first goal.

However, the Netherlands global recovered in time to take his place in the starting line-up and scored a fine second goal as Jurgen Klopp's side eased to a 3-0 win.

The way I see it, the more goals, the more exciting the game and as of February 10, the Premier League has seen 736 goals with Liverpool's Mohammed Salah and Man City's Sergio Aguero scoring the most with 17 each.

"People say it's disappointing the draws we have had - yes, it is, we would like to win - but all in all, hopefully at the end of the season we can look back and say they are good draws with the circumstances".

"On Thursday night I had a tablet from the doctor for my knee", said the 28-year-old, who missed the West Ham knee with his knee issue. "It was a tablet that could induce stomach pains". He's had a few injuries, and I don't think the change in formation has helped him. I didn't train on Friday and I didn't sleep at the hotel either because they thought I might infect other players.

However, Wijnaldum believes his side, beaten Champions League finalists in 2018, are good enough to compete on two fronts.

"But I don't think it was because of the Champions League".

Graeme Souness has warned Liverpool FC that they must win all of their remaining games if they are to lift the Premier League trophy this season.


The performance against Bournemouth, who have now lost nine away matches in succession and have suffered 13 defeats in the past 18 matches in all competitions, showed a return to the high-energy pressing game and clinical counter-attacking that has been so successful for Liverpool.

"But that result for City [against Chelsea] has confirmed after their hiccup, they're saying: "We're bang at it, this is how we're going to finish the season".

'It's been hard for us, personally I think it's not just a home form and away form, I think it's just inconsistencies, ' he said.

'They are the team behind the team and they are the ones who keep us going and positive.

Meanwhile, Southampton would want things to get better for them after two consecutive draws with Crystal Palace and Burnley put them closer to the bottom. "Everyone has quality so you really need to be switched on all the time".

Last season the Champions League went well and we dropped a lot of points in the league.

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