Liverpool boss Klopp: Arsenal are title contenders

Liverpool have made a great start to their league campaign without the inclusion of Fabinho, and Klopp is satisfied with his team's position, level on points with City and Chelsea, as they head into the worldwide break.

The Nations League was introduced this year by European soccer's governing body UEFA largely to replace friendly matches with competitive games in a mini-group format.

"It is part of football, you have to go forward and stay strong". "How we played was different to previous seasons. I will support Riyad if the manager chooses him again", he said.

He noted that his England midfielder Jordan Henderson had barely two weeks' rest following the World Cup in Russian Federation.

The global break now arrives for Liverpool following a run of seven fixtures in 23 days that included encounters with City, Paris Saint-Germain, Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea and Napoli. And Arsenal are two points behind, yeah? They will have their moments, but I thought we defended them brilliant - apart from the penalty and one or two situations, where we needed Alisson with a really good save.

"There's obviously a lot of room for improvement", Alexander-Arnold told the Independent. I thought how we defended was brilliant. I saw Chelsea at West Ham a couple of weeks ago and I thought they played well in the game but West Ham could've taken it on the counter-attack. You can get three points or one point or no points.

"We controlled it through Riyad, Bernardo [Silva], the guys to give the extra pass". If Liverpool can keep a clean sheet against Huddersfield then they will break that record for the best defensive start to a season in the club's history.

"I am so comfortable with the performance we have done".

In that time, they have only allowed 13 shots on target, highlighting how hard they are to break down on home soil. "At Anfield, that is so complicated".

City were awarded the spot-kick after Virgil van Dijk brought down Leroy Sane, providing the current Premier League champions with an opportunity to secure their first win at Anfield since 2003.

"He had the courage and the balls to hit the penalty".

He's a footballer who plays in the position of striker and so it really isn't very surprising that scoring goals is pretty much his modus operandi and probably his favourite thing to do in the world.

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