Published: Sun, December 15, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Klopp hails resilient Reds, Football News & Top Stories

Klopp hails resilient Reds, Football News & Top Stories

The 18-time English champions booked their place in the Champions League round of 16 thanks to a 2-0 win at RB Salzburg last week.

The Reds is unbeatable this season in the Premier League as it holds a tight grip on the top position in the rankings with 15 victories and one draw, eight points ahead of second place Leicester City and 14 points ahead of defending champion Manchester City.

But a remarkable 26th win from their last 27 league games was the hallmark of would-be champions in its own way.

Nigel Pearson was taking charge of Watford for the first time and the impetus of a new manager showed with the 40-point difference between the sides at opposite ends of the table not in evidence in their performances.

"It wasn't the prettiest game but I am more than happy with that".

"It's a wonderful club we really feel home", said Klopp on a video.

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"Watford had their chances but we scored ours".

All three of Liverpool's attacking trident were involved as Roberto Firmino's pass over his head freed Sadio Mane down the left and he fed Salah to cut inside on his weaker right foot to bend the ball brilliantly into the far corner.

"I know they're 0-0 at Anfield, give good credit to them, but the finish, that little touch he took there, most players haven't got that composure, that little Messi touch, where you chop inside and just want to get the shot away".

Georginio Wijnaldum limped off on the hour mark and could now be a doubt for the Reds' attempt to win the Club World Cup this week.

Salah then made the game safe after substitute Divock Origi mishit an attempted shot on target and the ball trickled over to the Egyptian, who used his first touch to backheel it into the net.

Klopp, who won two Bundesliga titles with Borussia Dortmund, said success on the pitch was not the only measure of progress - he had also seen commitment from the owners.

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