Published: Mon, November 05, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp compares James Milner to wine after Arsenal draw

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp compares James Milner to wine after Arsenal draw

Ameobi was all smiles, after Lacazette grabbed a vital equaliser for Arsenal against Liverpool on Saturday, with his fifth Premier League goal of the season.

However, the Senegal worldwide said he was only focused on playing his game and letting his agent take care of the rest. The tactical things. You can see that on the pitch.

"They played some good football and there were spells in the game when we had to rough it out and try to defend".

"I haven't watched it back and to be honest I'm someone who is not really interested in this kind of thing", Mane said, quoted by the Liverpool Echo.

We took a look at how Arsenal fans reacted to Ozil's display on social media. We have great character. "If you see this game, you can see we are ready for the top four". If you are 1-0 down for example against Liverpool, we come back and it's not the first time.

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Liberated by the phenomenal Lucas Torreira alongside him, Xhaka was as dynamic and destructive as he has been in an Arsenal shirt. Having arrived from Sampdoria this season, the Uruguayan midfielder has adjusted quickly and is a partner to the 26-year-old. But while the game was a fun, intense contest for the neutral, the Liverpool manager spent much of the first half in a state of agitation, unhappy with what he deemed a substandard display from his team. He brings good balance between offence and defence.

"I think Millie should buy all of the newspapers and read this", he said.

"It's a sign of a good team because not many teams can do that to us and make us feel that way".

Meanwhile, Arsenal legend Lee Dixon felt that the Gunners were the better team against Jurgen Klopp's side on Saturday.

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