Jürgen Klopp wants Liverpool to become ‘ugliest team’ to play against

Roberto Firmino made a play on his eye injury after he scored the winner at Anfield

Roberto Firmino made a play on his eye injury after he scored the winner at Anfield

The Reds enjoyed a fine campaign last term, reaching the Champions League final as Egyptian forward Mohamed Salah scored an incredible 40 goals across all competitions.

"Last year what did he score, three in his first six games?"

'He is very lively, very positive, ' said Klopp.

"It is really no problem".

"On the defensive side, the last two games were outstanding, which is so important in these games especially", he explained. He is in a good shape, actually, and then finishing is never something you can take for granted.

Southampton will be without Danny Ings as he's not allowed to play against his parent club while Manolo Gabbiadini will face a late fitness test on a hamstring injury.

More worryingly for Saints fans was Liverpool's dominance in this fixture last season as Klopp's men won both meetings (3-0 & 2-0), but prior to the 2017/18 campaign Saints had won three of the previous five meetings and Liverpool amazingly only managed to score in one of those five matches.

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"Of course. Of course everyone expects that, that is clear. It is completely normal everyone expects that".

"We don't expect that". So, the start was good for us as a team and for him as well. "I think it was fair to say the writing was on the wall", Allen said.

"We didn't win anything so far - not in the past and not this season - so let's use the momentum and create a new momentum". The start was good for the team and also him as well.

The former Republic of Ireland worldwide established a reputation as one of the Premier League's most prolific strikers during his time with Tottenham, but had limited success after moving to Liverpool for £19m in 2008.

"The Welsh Pirlo" has revealed how his last days at Liverpool panned out after he told Klopp he wanted to leave the club as he grew frustrated with a lack of playing time. Most assists in the Champions League?

'It's much too early to make something of it and talk to him constantly about what and when and stuff like that, ' said Klopp.

"In football it can sound like a massive age, 32, but he's still young. He's a proper professional, so his body gives him the opportunity".

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