Jürgen Klopp: ‘The players know this season will be unbelievably hard’

Jürgen Klopp: ‘The players know this season will be unbelievably hard’

Jürgen Klopp: ‘The players know this season will be unbelievably hard’

A 5,000th league win for the Reds was their biggest opening day victory in the modern era for over 24 years, as well as their most emphatic on home soil since 1932.

City have now lost only one away game in the league - at Liverpool - of their last 21, and manager Pep Guardiola was delighted with them.

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"It was pretty normal there would be one season when we would spend more money", Klopp said. "That's all", Klopp insisted after Sunday's win.

"I know that Salah was [thought] a good deal for Roma, but now people say it is a good deal for Liverpool". How can we be something different?

Neville feels the £75m arrival of Virgil van Dijk from Southampton last January has improved Liverpool's defence more than he first imagined, and compared him to former Manchester United defender Jaap Stam. "That's what we expect from ourselves and then we will see where it leads to". That's how it is, they know that and we know that and we have to be ready week in, week out for all the different challenges.

Keita is set to play a key role in Liverpool's midfield.

The Egypt forward scored 44 times in his first season at Liverpool and took only 19 minutes to get off the mark at Anfield. Mane swivels brilliantly to flash Firmino's pass into the bottom corner from what looked like an offside position.

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While Harry Kane is going through his slow start and United are lacking the finesse to confine the EPL's battle for supremacy to one city, Liverpool's triumvirate shows no signs of slowing down with another rampant display of attacking.

Much has changed since a decade ago, not least in terms of the personnel. We not only have nine new players, but three or four players who were not completely fit in pre-season.

"I think that Liverpool deserved to win". And within minutes they were made to pay for their wastefulness as Mane fired home his second after Firmino had created the opening.

Liverpool won the game 4-0.

Liverpool went in to cruise control for the majority of the second half, with Alisson not having a significant test to prove his £65 million price tag in the whole game as West Ham's attacking additions of Felipe Anderson and Jack Wilshere were nowhere to be seen.

"They are a huge club, they have had many great players". After that, a clear goal offside decided the game with the third goal.

"The champions Manchester City did not lose any players and brought in (Riyad) Mahrez, so it doesn't make them weaker". Salah and Mane's pain at worldwide level was Liverpool's gain as early exits at the World Cup with Egypt and Senegal meant they could join the club's pre-season tour of the United States, unlike a host of Premier League stars who returned to training just last week after their exertions in Russian Federation. However, these days it is rare that a Premier League team defends their title, a fact which will give the chasing pack a lot of hope.

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