Klopp: Subbing superb Shaqiri was hard

His deflected cross was turned in by Wesley Hoedt for the opener and a brilliant curling free-kick against the crossbar presented Mohamed Salah with a simple close-range effort for the third. He was good, I liked it.

Some fans also felt the Cameroon worldwide has looked rusty this season, far below the high standards he set when he first joined the Anfield club.

But the Egyptian avoided the worst drought of his short Liverpool career in first-half added time thanks to his anticipation and no shortage of Shaqiri brilliance, netting his 30th goal in his last 31 Anfield appearances. I wanted to control the game, go back to our normal formation.

Liverpool fans have expressed their concerns on social media over defender Joel Matip's performances, despite their side beating Southampton 3-0 in their last Premier League match.

Salah netted a staggering 44 goals in his first season at Anfield following his transfer from AS Roma last summer.

"He tried everything. We only had problem in defensive [situations], offensive it was a good idea".

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"When people in the game talk about Danny it's always with positivity, but it's quite often focused on what a great person he is and how fantastic his attitude is". I think nobody enjoys to play here'.

The result extended Liverpool's 100 per cent start to the campaign to seven matches in all competitions.

That is set to change with the Carabao Cup visit of Chelsea on Wednesday, especially as the pair meet at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League next weekend.

"I don't mean that with any negativity - we're delighted because we know his class better than most". Different challenges, different styles of opponent, the boys were there, really in the situation and in the game. But then we won game No.8 5-0, which was very cool! Although Liverpool dominated the game in its entirety, they made it hard for themselves in order to get full points from that game. "I am really sure we are mature enough to understand it".

Despite conceding three before half-time at Anfield, manager Mark Hughes remains optimistic about their progress.

'Hopefully as the season progresses we will prove that along the way'.

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