📊| James Milner has scored in 48 games and hasn't lost any of them.
Incredible stat this 🔴👏🏼
Defensive deficiencies are no more. 👏
🗣 Klopp: “Everybody loves Naby but I don’t know if he loves us because he doesn’t speak a lot. But football-wise you can see the potential is outstanding but we have to give him time."
Jurgen Klopp says he "couldn't care less" about talk of winning the Premier League and insists he's happy if Liverpool have to play "ugly".
🗣 Jurgen Klopp believes his Liverpool have made a “big step” after last night. “It was a big step. For those who watch us often, they know if we are not brilliant then we usually lose. In the end today, we were not brilliant but we won.”
Fighting against Zaha, thought Trent handled him well last night. #TAA
Eid Mubarak to all my Muslim followers! ❤️
Good game yesterday, but now me must focus on the next game which is against Brighton at Anfield
🗣Jürgen Klopp on Naby Keïta: He’s a very shy person so he’s not very extroverted on the pitch!He needs to settle a bit - he’s next to Sadio Mané all the time.
Everyone loves Naby, but we don’t know if he loves us, because he doesn’t speak a lot! 😂🔴
Van Dijk's stats against Crystal Palace which game him the MOTM award!!
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Liverpool earned a crucial 2-0 victory away to Crystal Palace on Monday evening, digging deep and displaying their new-found grittiness.
A 4-0 win at home to West Ham last weekend was the perfect way for the Reds to begin their Premier League account, but a trip to Selhurst Park looked tricky.
On paper, there are few tougher grounds to visit outside the top six and Liverpool would have to work very hard to pick up maximum points.
Jurgen Klopp and former Reds boss Roy Hodgson were cordial with one another prior to kick-off – it’s fair to say the current man in charge at Anfield is faring better than his predecessor ever did!
Mohamed Salah wasn’t at his best throughout the evening but he was still making things happen, winning a penalty just before half-time.
James Milner tucked away the spot-kick in his own ice-cool manner and the veteran celebrated with his Reds teammates.
Salah raced through on goal with 15 minutes remaining but was brought down by Aaron Wan-Bissaka, with the Palace defender given his marching orders by Michael Oliver.
In the dying seconds it was Sadio Mane‘s turn to be sent clean-through on goal and the Senegalese finished well to send the away fans into raptures.
It was a huge signal of intent by Liverpool, as highlighted by Klopp’s happiness after the final whistle.
.Next up is the visit of Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday evening, as the Reds aim to make it three wins out of three this season
How good was this man again tonight reds😍🇬🇳