Most hard job in 500 years - Klopp hails Liverpool captain Henderson

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The England worldwide was left out of Klopp's starting line-up at St Mary's but was introduced in the second half and had a major impact in securing a 3-1 victory that took Liverpool above Manchester City at the top of the Premier League.

But it may have just got that extra impetus out of him and taken Liverpool one step nearer to that elusive title.

The 26-year-old has been a consistent performer in the Liverpool FC team and has been earning plenty of praise for his performances alongside the likes of Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah up front for the Reds.

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He's our skipper, he's a fantastic character.

'So I'm very positive.

When asked whether last year's meetings will have an affect on the ties, he told Express Sport: "Having in account that Porto didn't switch managers or their approach to much over the course of the last year or so, I believe last season's face-off will be impact this one". In the mind of the people it was like if it's not Stevie, then it's not good enough.

His effectiveness in that role was visible on Friday night and Klopp revealed it may not be the last time his captain is used further up the pitch. That's Jordan, that's him, ' he added.

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"When I came in and thought first about the team, Hendo was a box-to-box player".

"We have to recover now and then we will make the line-up for Porto", Jurgen Klopp said after the match.

The German has claimed that neither him or his players will be taking their position of serious strength for granted though. He thinks it makes sense, and that's absolutely true.

"I suggested in my Sunday World column last month that the title race come down to goal difference between Liverpool and City and the closer we get to the end of this race, that scenario looks even more probable".

"Millie and Hendo were both really pumped up".

"He has been vital for the Netherlands and has helped us to reach the Nations League finals in June", Oranje head coach Ronald Koeman said a few days ago.

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