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Ben Woodburn and Liverpool's youngest ever goalscorers

LiverpoolFC TV - Mon, 15/10/2018 - 10:30
On this day in 1999, a Liverpool FC record-breaker was born.
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Match report: LFC Women claim late Yeovil win

LiverpoolFC TV - Sun, 14/10/2018 - 19:00
There was joy for Liverpool FC Women as a late winner gave them a 2-1 success over Yeovil Town Ladies at Prenton Park on Sunday afternoon.
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Fabinho: Mane has everything to be one of world's best

LiverpoolFC TV - Sun, 14/10/2018 - 15:48
Working with Sadio Mane has strengthened an opinion Fabinho held from watching him on television – he has all the attributes required to establish himself as one of the world’s finest attackers.
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'Adam Lallana can make big impact, we've missed him'

LiverpoolFC TV - Sun, 14/10/2018 - 15:12
Jordan Henderson is tipping Adam Lallana to make a positive impact for both club and country this season.
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Internationals: Van Dijk and Wijnaldum on target for Netherlands

LiverpoolFC TV - Sun, 14/10/2018 - 13:35
Virgil van Dijk and Georginio Wijnaldum were both on target to help Netherlands to a commanding 3-0 win over Germany in the UEFA Nations League on Saturday night.
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Watch now: Jason McAteer - Through the Storm

LiverpoolFC TV - Sun, 14/10/2018 - 13:00
To mark World Mental Health Day earlier this week, LFCTV premiered Jason McAteer: Through the Storm, an exclusive documentary which examines the impact of mental health problems in football and wider society.
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What's on: This week's LFC community events

LiverpoolFC TV - Sun, 14/10/2018 - 12:00
Check out a schedule of local community events planned by the LFC Foundation and Red Neighbours teams in the coming week.
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Klopp: Melwood staff are all really, really important to us

LiverpoolFC TV - Sun, 14/10/2018 - 11:00
Jürgen Klopp has again underlined the importance of the contributions of the ‘team behind the team’ at Melwood to Liverpool’s on-field success.
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Henderson: We're strong but we have to do the business

LiverpoolFC TV - Sun, 14/10/2018 - 10:30
Jordan Henderson considers the current Liverpool squad the strongest in his seven years with the club.
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Pick up your LFC Women's programme v Yeovil

LiverpoolFC TV - Sun, 14/10/2018 - 10:00
Liverpool FC Women host Yeovil Town Ladies in the Women's Super League at Prenton Park on Sunday afternoon - make sure you pick up an official programme if you're heading to the game.
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“Barnes, Gerrard & Suarez would be unplayable” – Fans name their dream Liverpool 5-a-side teams

ThisIsAnfield.com - Sun, 14/10/2018 - 09:00

Who would make your dream Liverpool five-a-side team? Here, six of This is Anfield’s regular writers explain their selections from both past and present.


Five-a-side is a very different game to the traditional 11-a-side.

It is a test of fitness, finishing—the goalposts are generally tiny—and a willingness to do a stint in goal!

Many a conversation will have taken place regarding what Liverpool’s best possible five-a-side team is, whether it be past or present, so we have spent the international break doing exactly that.

This is Anfield regulars Matt Ladson (@mattladson), Henry Jackson (@HenryJackson87), Jack Lusby (@jacklusby_), Karl Matchett (@karlmatchett), James Nalton (@JDNalton) and Chris Williams (@Chris78Williams) have all given their ideal lineups from those two categories—whose do you agree with most?

Matt Ladson

 Liverpool's Mohamed Salah (#11) celebrates scoring the third goal with team-mate Roberto Firmino during the FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Southampton FC at Anfield. (Pic by Jon Super/Propaganda)

Current: Alisson, Gomez, Keita, Firmino, Salah

Ball-playing goalkeepers and defenders are required, as is mobility, pace and non-stop running.

Joe Gomez over Virgil van Dijk is controversial but the younger of the two might be better suited to five-a-side.

Past: Reina, Agger, Gerrard, Suarez, Fowler

Again, it’s a ball-playing ‘keeper and defender—I’m with a diamond shape in each of these.

Steven Gerrard and Luis Suarez in the middle, with Robbie Fowler providing the finishing. That’ll do nicely.

Henry Jackson

 Liverpool's Naby Keita during a training session at the Bank of America Stadium ahead of a preseason International Champions Cup match between Borussia Dortmund and Liverpool FC. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Current: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Keita, Firmino, Salah

It is a bold move by Ladson to go with Gomez over Van Dijk—I don’t think you need neither, with Trent Alexander-Arnold more than capable back there in this format.

Keita’s mobility will be vital in getting up the pitch, while Roberto Firmino is arguably the perfect five-a-side player. Mohamed Salah would score goals for fun.

They would all interchange well, too, which is essential.

Past: Reina, Mascherano, Barnes, Gerrard, Suarez

Pepe Reina would be great, despite going on the odd mad run like Monk—Jason Statham’s psychotic character in Mean Machine.

Javier Mascherano would mop up everything and John Barnes, Gerrard and Suarez would be unplayable together.

I was going to go with Philippe Coutinho, but there would be too many needless long shots that lead to the ball landing on a faraway roof!

Jack Lusby

 Liverpool's Daniel Agger celebrates scoring the first goal against Hull City during the Premiership match at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Current: Alisson, Van Dijk, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Sturridge

It’s a shame Alisson would be restricted to the ‘D’ because I think he’d do a decent job as an outfielder in five-a-side, but Van Dijk in front of him isn’t bad either.

Wijnaldum and Firmino are perfect players for this game, while Sturridge edges Salah as he remains the best finisher at the club.

Past: Reina, Agger, Gerrard, Coutinho, Suarez

Staying relatively recent, I’d agree with Matt on Reina and Agger at the back—I’m disappointed to leave Hyypia out but the great Dane was just a better ball-player.

Gerrard and Suarez are no-brainers, while I’d argue Coutinho is too given his creativity, finishing and ability to operate in tight spaces.

Karl Matchett

 Liverpool's Luis Garcia celebrates scoring the opening goal against Chelsea during the UEFA Champions League Semi Final 2nd Leg at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Current: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Salah

No need for beefy, bruising centre-backs in five-a-side, just get the ball down and play it quickly.

Three of the four outfielders will happily slot in for each other in defence, midfield or attack. Just let Salah stick up top and shoot!

Past: Reina, Agger, Garcia, Suarez, Fowler

Only difference to Matt’s team—Luis Garcia for Gerrard—gives me a technical edge in the fast-paced passing on a five-a-side pitch.

I reckon that means I beat him in a tense semi-final.

James Nalton

 Liverpool's James Milner celebrates scoring the second goal from a penalty kick during the UEFA Champions League Group C match between Liverpool FC and Paris Saint-Germain at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Current: Alisson, Milner, Keita, Firmino, Salah

Two midfielders who can also defend and Firmino to attack, defend and do everything really. Salah to run rings around people in attack.

James Milner would really want to win, even though it’s only five-a-side.

Past: Dudek, Mascherano, Gerrard, Coutinho, Fowler

A smaller, agile ‘keeper for five-a-side nets, two determined all-rounders, a Brazilian guy who was brought up playing futsal and one natural finisher.

Chris Williams

 Liverpool's Sami Hyypia celebrates scoring the second goal during the Premiership against Fulham match at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Current: Mignolet, Van Dijk, Wijnaldum, Firmino, Mane

Give the big Belgian a run-out for two reasons. Firstly, the goals are smaller so he will be more than capable, and secondly, he’s got the Dutch rock in front of him.

A Dutch, Brazilian and Senegalese street-footballing trio lead the midfield and attack. Salah just misses out—he’s a substitute.

Past: Grobbelaar, Hyypia, Dalglish, Gerrard, Suarez

European Cup winning goalkeeper, supported by four other players with a European Cup medal. Easy.

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Henderson defends Nations League

Liverpool FC on Sky Sports - Sun, 14/10/2018 - 01:21
England play Spain in the UEFA Nations League on Monday, live on Sky Sports By Sky Sports News

Last Updated: 13/10/18 11:44pm

Jordan Henderson played in England's 0-0 draw against Croatia but misses the Spain game through suspension Jordan Henderson played in England's 0-0 draw against Croatia but misses the Spain game through suspension Jordan Henderson played in England's 0-0 draw against Croatia but misses the Spain game through suspension

Jordan Henderson has insisted the UEFA Nations League is an important competition, despite Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp recently questioning its relevance.

Klopp described it as "the most senseless competition in the world of football" when asked what he thought of the Nations League ahead of the international break.

Henderson played in England's goalless draw behind closed doors in Croatia on Friday night but will miss Monday's match away to Spain - live on Sky Sports - after he picked up a booking in Rijeka.

That may please his club manager, but Henderson defended a competition that is intended to reduce the amount of meaningless friendlies played during international breaks and provide increased opportunities to qualify for major competitions.

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"As a player, you want to win every game - even if it's a friendly," said Henderson. "When you're a footballer, you play to win.

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"And for us, it's important because it has an effect on the groups of the Euros and the seeding. It's important for us to win, especially against big nations like Croatia and Spain.

"We want to take the next level, beating teams like that. So, it's a good challenge for us and an important challenge."

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Video: Virgil van Dijk & Gini Wijnaldum both score as Netherlands thrash Germany

ThisIsAnfield.com - Sun, 14/10/2018 - 00:43

Virgil van Dijk and Georginio Wijnaldum were both on the scoresheet as the Netherlands sealed a brilliant 3-0 victory over Germany on Saturday night.

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Two current and two ex-Reds were in action at the Amsterdam ArenA as the vacuous UEFA Nations League continued this weekend, with Ryan Babel and Emre Can also starting.

Van Dijk wore the captain’s armband for Ronald Koeman’s side, with the manager issuing a challenge before the game, explaining he felt the 27-year-old was “a little too laid-back.”

He certainly made a statement on the half-hour, but this came at the other end of the pitch, as he headed home the opener after Babel’s initial effort hit the bar.

This set up a back-and-forth game between the two sides, as Germany pushed for an equaliser and the hosts looked to extend their lead—with both Wijnaldum and Memphis Depay going close.

The former Man United winger eventually added a second in the closing stages, beating Manuel Neuer after some sloppy play in midfield.

Georginio Wijnaldum of Holland during the FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifying match between The Netherlands and Luxembourg at the Kuip on June 9, 2017 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands

And as full-time drew closer, Wijnaldum bamboozled Jerome Boateng, surged into the box and fired a low, powerful shot beyond Bayern Munich’s No. 1 to seal a 3-0 win.

The Netherlands moved to the top of their Nations League group while Germany dropped to bottom, having failed to score in three consecutive games for the first time in their storied history.

Both Van Dijk and Wijnaldum were praised on social media after the game, with the centre-back particularly impressive:

Virgil van Dijk imperious for Netherlands tonight
1 goal
3 interceptions
9 clearances
3 Aerials won
1 tackle
1 blocked shot
89.6% pass accuracy

What a leader! pic.twitter.com/tOwjzHCcxN

— Dutch Football (@FootballOranje_) October 13, 2018

Could watch De Ligt and Van Dijk defend the box and the channels all day. What a partnership, what a foundation #NED have. Plenty to like in Memphis’ performance up front too.

— Sam Tighe (@stighefootball) October 13, 2018

Van Dijk – De Ligt, already a top three centre-back duo at national team level. Once you have that core, it's only natural that your team starts getting results.

— Tiago Estêvão (@TiagoEstv) October 13, 2018

Gini Wijnaldum has scored 10 goals for club and country since joining Liverpool. Not a massive haul, but not bad when you consider the keepers he’s beaten…

– Manuel Neuer
– Alisson Becker
– Thibault Courtois
– Petr Cech pic.twitter.com/b1XoVVcL26

— Alex Mansfield (@el_mansfield) October 13, 2018

What a night! Good 3-0 win against Germany?!!! Glad to be on the score sheet ?????? pic.twitter.com/MfS4l7KTVJ

— Georginio Wijnaldum (@GWijnaldum) October 13, 2018

Speaking before the game, Van Dijk revealed how Jurgen Klopp had urged him to opt out of duty for the Netherlands this month due to his ongoing rib issues.

But he insisted on joining his country, largely due to their rivalry with Germany, and that clearly paid off as he netted his second international goal—both coming since being named captain.

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Injured Salah returns to Liverpool

Liverpool FC on Sky Sports - Sat, 13/10/2018 - 22:20
Salah was injured in Egypt's 4-1 win over Swaziland, having earlier scored directly from a corner By Sky Sports News

Last Updated: 13/10/18 8:31pm

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Mohamed Salah is to return to Liverpool after he suffered a muscle injury while playing for Egypt on Friday night.

The 26-year-old was forced off in the closing stages of Egypt's 4-1 victory over Swaziland in their African Nations Cup qualifier in Cairo, having scored directly from a corner earlier in the game.

Salah was due to travel to Swaziland with his international team-mates for the return fixture but the Pharaohs have now confirmed he will instead head back to Merseyside.

A statement from the Egyptian Football Association read: "Javier Aguirre [Egypt manager] has decided to let Mohamed Salah return to his club and not participate in the Swaziland match on Tuesday to give him more rest.

Salah scored his 38th international goal on the occasion of his 61st cap Salah scored his 38th international goal on the occasion of his 61st cap Salah scored his 38th international goal on the occasion of his 61st cap

"During the previous match against Swaziland, Salah complained of stress in the musculoskeletal muscle.

"He was examined medically and radiation was performed on the area of complaint after the game."

Liverpool's next game is away to Huddersfield on October 20 when the Premier League resumes after the international break.

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Liverpool’s midfield conundrum: Perspiration, inspiration & the ghost of Oxlade-Chamberlain

ThisIsAnfield.com - Sat, 13/10/2018 - 20:00

Richard Jolly explores the need for Liverpool to find an additional attacking element—and explains how Jurgen Klopp is completely aware of the issue.


Bernardo Silva was perfectly positioned to snuff out past danger.

He had dropped deeper than usual, sitting to Fernandinho’s right, preventing the Brazilian from becoming isolated against, and outnumbered by, midfield runners. He was stationed in Liverpool’s inside-left channel.

The Portuguese played very well at Anfield last Sunday. He also seemed primed to stop a man who may not feature again for another 10 months.

He formed a roadblock in the route to goal Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain took against Manchester City in January and again in April.

Proactive so often, Pep Guardiola was reactive, getting his gameplan right months late, albeit when Oxlade-Chamberlain was injured and his Champions League hopes had been destroyed.

It was the tactical version of closing the gate after a horse had bolted.

Central surging

 Liverpool's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain celebrates scoring the second goal during the UEFA Champions League Quarter-Final 1st Leg match between Liverpool FC and Manchester City FC at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

If last week’s stalemate illustrated how Liverpool are missing the Englishman’s dynamism, the drudgery forming a contrast with their spring superiority, it highlighted a wider issue.

It had been obscured amid the strengthening of the spine of the side, the transformation of the defensive record and the winning start to the season, but Liverpool are starting to miss Philippe Coutinho.

Not the Brazilian as such, wonderful a player as he was and terrific as his goalscoring record could be in the major matches, but someone from the midfield who could join the front three, relieve the burden on them and offer a catalytic capacity to make something happen, perhaps out of nothing.

Briefly, brilliantly, Oxlade-Chamberlain did that.

More of an athlete, less of a technician, more likely to catch a team on the counter-attack with raw pace and less likely to find the top corner from 30 yards, he could never be deemed a duplicate of Coutinho.

 Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho Correia in action against Manchester City during the Premier League match at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Stylistically, he is more of a Jurgen Klopp player than Liverpool’s record sale. But the common denominator was excellence in the final third.

And the early season emphasis has been on solidity in the centre of the pitch. James Milner, Jordan Henderson and Gini Wijnaldum have been trusted in many of the stiffer tests, starting as a trio against Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea and then City.

Perspiration vs. Inspiration

Milner has been a magnificent blend of yeoman and star man, possessor of his magnificently improbable record for most Champions League assists in a season and, as the penalty taker, is potentially capable of 10 goals this season.

Yet none of the trio—and certainly not Fabinho either—ranks as the supplementary attacker in the heart of the midfield.

Perhaps Wijnaldum once did, but his days as a No. 10 are in the past. Each offers more perspiration than inspiration.

If players of Coutinho’s talent and skillset are rarities—and his £142 million price shows they are—Liverpool have been aware of the need to compensate for his sale.

The summer interest in Lyon’s Nabil Fekir indicated a willingness to add a replacement as an attacking central midfielder; like Coutinho, the Frenchman may have been a No. 10 by trade who could be rebranded as the more attacking of Klopp’s No. 8s.

NABIL FEKIR during the UEFA Europa League Round of 32 game between Lyon and Villareal - First Round (Photo Stephane GUIOCHON/Maxppp/PA Images)

Instead, the quest to replicate aspects of Coutinho’s contribution involves players who are both more different from the departed man and from each other.

The focus on Coutinho, while understandable, obscures the reality that another completed a quartet that, in typically clichéd fashion, was dubbed “the Fab Four.”

Two years ago, before injury derailed his career, Adam Lallana offered support to the front three from the midfield. His focus was on close-combination play in confined areas, but he brought chemistry.

Oxlade-Chamberlain offered energy. What Naby Keita may provide is unpredictability. The Guinean has rarely produced the 90-minute displays that guarantee selection.

 Liverpool's Naby Keita during the Football League Cup 3rd Round match between Liverpool FC and Chelsea FC at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

He has been the anti-Milner, the man rarely trusted against elite opposition, so far, but he seems a player designed for the meme era: one capable of producing memorable moments with speed, skill and audacity.

Keita’s explosiveness and ability suggest that he could be the game-changer, allying Oxlade-Chamberlain’s speed with Coutinho’s shooting from distance.

Equally, a return of no goals and no assists in his embryonic Liverpool career shows that remains more of a theory than a reality whereas, in two seasons with Leipzig, he was involved in almost a goal every other Bundesliga match.

Then there is the wild card, tried and discarded despite a seemingly successful cameo. Xherdan Shaqiri was hauled off at half-time against Southampton despite playing pivotal parts in two goals and performing well.

 Liverpool's Xherdan Shaqiri celebrates creating the first goal, an own goal by Wesley Hoedt, during the FA Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Southampton FC at Anfield. (Pic by Jon Super/Propaganda)

The sense was that the Swiss was too attack-minded, that he left Liverpool’s two remaining central midfielders with too much to do, and that 4-2-3-1 does not work in a way that 4-3-3 does.

But his selection was a sign that Klopp is aware of the issue and was exploring options.

A fit-again Lallana or a high-performing Keita would offer enticing ones.

But if the headline news at Anfield has concerned the goal droughts (relatively speaking, anyway) of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino, what it should actually have done is underline the importance of having a fourth scorer (besides Daniel Sturridge in reserve).

It is about having an alternative finisher for when the forward trio are below their best or frustrated by obdurate defenders, about emulating Coutinho and Oxlade-Chamberlain, about turning the key three into a feared four.

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Salah returns to Liverpool with injury

LiverpoolFC TV - Sat, 13/10/2018 - 16:37
Mohamed Salah has returned to Liverpool after he was injured during Egypt's 4-1 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying win over eSwatini on Friday.
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Salah returns to Liverpool with injury

LiverpoolFC.TV - Sat, 13/10/2018 - 16:37

Mohamed Salah has returned to Liverpool after he was injured during Egypt's 4-1 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying win over eSwatini on Friday.

The 26-year-old forward put Egypt 4-0 up shortly before half-time, scoring direct from a corner.

Salah, who scored 44 times for Liverpool last season but is without a goal in his past four club appearances, later limped off with a muscle strain.

The Reds' next game is at Huddersfield on Saturday, 20 October.

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Salah returns to Liverpool with injury

HEAD NEWS - Sat, 13/10/2018 - 16:37

Mohamed Salah has returned to Liverpool after he was injured during Egypt's 4-1 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying win over eSwatini on Friday.

The 26-year-old forward put Egypt 4-0 up shortly before half-time, scoring direct from a corner.

Salah, who scored 44 times for Liverpool last season but is without a goal in his past four club appearances, later limped off with a muscle strain.

The Reds' next game is at Huddersfield on Saturday, 20 October.

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'Gomez is a mini Van Dijk'

Liverpool FC on Sky Sports - Sat, 13/10/2018 - 14:40
By Richard Cooke

Last Updated: 13/10/18 5:22pm

Joe Gomez has helped Liverpool concede just three goals in the Premier League this season Joe Gomez has helped Liverpool concede just three goals in the Premier League this season Joe Gomez has helped Liverpool concede just three goals in the Premier League this season

Trent Alexander-Arnold believes Joe Gomez is one of the best centre-backs in the Premier League and has described him as "a mini Virgil van Dijk".

Gomez has impressed for Liverpool this season after missing out on the Champions League final and England's World Cup campaign with an ankle injury.

He has played in 10 of Liverpool's 11 games this season and helped Jurgen Klopp's side establish themselves in the top four of the Premier League.

The 21-year-old has mainly been deployed at centre-back alongside Van Dijk and his contributions have not got gone unnoticed by Alexander-Arnold.

"He [Gomez] is showing this season he is a top player," Alexander-Arnold told Liverpool's official website.

"At a young age, he's one of the best in his position in the league. That takes some doing, so that's credit to him especially with the setbacks he has had.

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"He has an immense hunger and drive to keep succeeding, going forward and getting better. You see that every day in training with the way he applies himself.

"The relationship he has forged with Virgil has really helped him. He probably looks up to Virgil as a bit of a role model. It's like he's a mini Virgil at times!"

Gomez's form has helped Liverpool to the joint-best defensive record in the Premier League this season, with Jurgen Klopp's side conceding three times in eight matches.

"There's probably a bit more of a difference from last season in terms of how we're defensively organised," Alexander-Arnold added.

"We're not conceding as many goals and we're still getting results, sometimes grinding them out.

"A win is a win at the end of the day and we've shown this year we can win in different ways."

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Alexander-Arnold also singled out Alisson, who became the world's most expensive goalkeeper in the summer - before Chelsea signed Kepa Arrizabalaga, as another reason why Liverpool have made such a strong start to the season.

"The messages the manager gives us and the way we defend as a team is front-footed," he said.

"We don't want to concede too many chances and we haven't so far this season, but when the 'keeper has been called upon, Alisson has made some world-class saves and shown he is a world-class 'keeper."

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Jürgen Klopp: Shared experiences key to our development

LiverpoolFC TV - Sat, 13/10/2018 - 12:30
Jürgen Klopp believes the ‘common experiences’ Liverpool have shared over the course of his three-year tenure have been a fundamental factor in their progression.
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