Liverpool returned yesterday (Monday) from a 1-3 deficit against Arsenal in the third round of the Premier League. The champions fell behind after a lacy goal from Alexander Lacassette in the 25th minute, but goals from Sadio Mane (28), Andrew Robertson (34) and Diego Giota (88) in his Premier League debut at Liverpool secured the hosts at Anfield a third win in three games.
Sky commentator and former Manchester United midfielder Roy Cain Managed to infuriate Jürgen Klopp when he said: “Arsenal had one or two situations in the second half, but Liverpool were much better. Arsenal must have been given some credit for staying in the game, but Liverpool deserved to win. It’s like a machine. It has great quality. “Liverpool were a bit sloppy in one or two situations behind, but did their job properly overall.”
Liverpool coach Jürgen Klopp: “Did I hear Mr Cain say we had a negligent performance? Did I hear that? He said it was a negligent performance? I want to hear it, it’s an amazing description of the game. Nothing, nothing was negligent. We were dominant against a team that is “Fit and we managed to be careful not to get caught unprepared in outbursts. Allison needed one save, they had two situations but other than that we played exceptional football. There is nothing bad to say about tonight’s game, it was the complete opposite of negligence.”
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