When Sadio Mane crossed after 62 minutes, Bernd Leno was under no immediate pressure, but he seemed to be caught a little flat-footed and ended up stretching, flapping the ball into Rob Holding, from where it rebounded to James Milner.
"But you can see we are moving forward as a team and we are defending well together". He's getting better, I think he should buy all of the newspapers and read this.
"If insane things happen then maybe we have to think new, but I don't expect that", Klopp said.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Arsenal were held to a 1-1 draw by Liverpool in a highly entertaining Premier League fixture played at the Emirates. And then you see: "'Oh, OK, we have 20 games more and not more money, '" the Liverpool manager said after the match against Arsenal. Chelsea, Man City and Liverpool have all had flying starts and we're right on their tails. The 19-year-old has settled into the team well so maybe Arsenal can thank Lacazette for that.
The first thing is that the Premier League is the first competition for us because it is giving us the big regularity in the season.
"We could have kept our shape better in the first half".
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"It is not a bad point but we need more", he added. We know about his leadership qualities but what I notice is how easy he makes the game look. I think it should have been a goal, but that's how it is.
I'm impressed how quickly they have improved under Unai Emery and given they haven't lost since the second match of the season, Liverpool shouldn't dismiss going back home with a result.
Mane also refused to criticise the officials after he had a goal disallowed for offside during the first half at the Emirates Stadium.
Lucas Torreira - 8 -Was the metronome of Arsenal's midfield, helping to control the game while also chipping in defensively.