– We are facing a number of great players who are in a positive mood right now.
That’s what the Liverpool manager said Jürgen Klopp Under the Arsenal match on his club’s website.
Arsenal had started the season with two wins, as did Liverpool.
– I would say that the challenge is inspiring, Klopp continued.
– The good news is that we are not in a weak mood either.
Liverpool showed off their great autumn mood on Monday night and immediately hit full steam, but Klopp’s warning words were not ringing: Arsenal hit the match’s opening hit at the end of a sharp counterattack.
Andrew Robertson pinball the center ball Alexandre lacazettelle, whose shot bounced over the grass sunk Alissonin.
For loss situations, Liverpool has a trio Roberto Firmino–Mohamed Salah–Sadio Mane.
Firmino started, Salah slipped into the shooting stations, and Mane moved Bernd Lenon fight the ball into an empty net.
The Arsenal network swung for the second time just a few minutes later.
Trent Alexander-Arnold centralized, and Robertson, who swam to the back corner, used his clinical takeover plus shot work to patch up his opening hit doubling.
Diogo Jota, an Anfield debutant who broke away from the exchange, hit the 3–1 rivet shortly before the nineties turned.
Liverpool have played a soaring 61-match pipe without losing a league match at Anfield. The last time a home loss came in the spring of 2017, to Crystal Palace.
Chelsea (86 in 2004-08) and Liverpool (63 in 1978-80) have reached even longer home pipes.
In Monday night’s second game, Aston Villa knocked out Fulham, who played on their home lawn.
Jack Grealish and Conor Hourihane hit during the opening quarter. Tyrone Mings hit 0-3 at the end of the second half.
Villa have started the season with two wins, Fulham with three losses.
– When they first got into our penalty area, we missed the goal, as did the second, Fulham manager Scott Parker pained, according to the BBC.
– We can’t score goals like this. We have to petrieve.