AgAAAAA3-Ui4AAUEehY8Y8bzLEpaiDGgryLuZnI Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said his side "No need to raise everyone in every second " after a comfortable victory over Arsenal retains their place at the top of the Premier league. - Journal Collection

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said his side "No need to raise everyone in every second " after a comfortable victory over Arsenal retains their place at the top of the Premier league.


Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said his side  "No need to raise everyone in every second " after a comfortable victory over Arsenal retains their place at the top of the Premier league.


The Reds also preserved their 100% start to the Premier League season as Mohamed Salah scored twice to add to Joel Matip's first-half header in a dominant performance at Anfield.

"It was a a performance full of power, energy, greed, and passion, which I think you need against a team like Arsenal." Klopp told Sky Sports.

"The last 10 minutes I saw the possession - 53 to 47% or something like that -, but over 80 minutes it must have been entirely different. We were solely in charge of the game.

"We are not Disneyland, we do not need to excite everyone in every second."
The Gunners, the only another side in the top flight to win their first two games had opportunities to shock Liverpool in a tight first half, especially when record £72m signing Nicolas Pepe shot straight at keeper Adrian after running clear.



Liverpool took control when Matip placed them in front with a firm header from the corner of Trent Alexander-Arnold four minutes before the interval.

Also, every expectation of the manager Unai Emery has watched the side mounting recovery that went out in the 49 minutes after a time of madness from the new signing of David Luiz, who did not need to drag wrong back in the area.

The Liverpool Egyptian striker drilled the penalty house and then embarrassed Luiz again on the touchline at the start of an enchanting run that ended with a low, curved finish to the lower corner just before the clock.

Arsenal Lucas Torreira's replacement pulled one back late, but no one got in the winning League of 12 consecutive leagues, equalizing their best order on top of the flight under Kenny Dalglish between April and October 1990.

Liverpool back in the old routine

Liverpool had times when they were thrilled against Southampton, and their defense had seemed unusual, but this was the film we have seen many times before in Anfield under Jurgen Klopp.

Arsenal has suffered a bad here in the last season, losing 5-1 last season and 4-0 in the previous season of Arsene Wenger. Again, despite taking the time to hit the upper teeth, the cruelty and intensity of Liverpool proved to be too much for Arsenal.

True, they gratefully accepted Luiz's prize but after Matip put Liverpool in front of the pressure and intensity applied to Arsenal too much to fight the Gunners to fight.

Also, because Arsenal finds, when you fail to take the opportunity to punish Liverpool, the inevitable result is that you will be penalized for yourself.

Liverpool not only has a stunning work ethic that makes life permanently uncomfortable for opponents; They also have a world-class attacking option as illustrated by misweaving the brilliant run and slide-finish rules for their third.

The Klopp side misses the title by one point despite only one loss, for the Manchester City champion, last season – and the three wins of three have quickly put the bottom marker that they intend to go one better and claim that the first title in 30 years.

Liability Luiz kills Arsenal chances

Luiz has a track record of success that suggests that he might be able to bring in quality moments for Arsenal's defense after a surprising £30,000 move from Chelsea – but no escape, he has a lasting ability to be Complete responsibilities.

Brazil, at 32, is not going to change and so it is evident when he conveys the stupid moment that kills the dead rock of Arsenal's hopes to take anything away from Anfield.

This is a stretch to say Arsenal has Liverpool on the rope but, despite the overall dominance of the European champion, the Gunners must have had moments of threat through Pace and threats from Pepe and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. They will start the second half with hope.

Luiz makes it all counted for nothing when he feels the best method of dealing with the wrong 49-minute raid into the penalty area is to drag him back with his shirt blatantly when the fog is not even seriously heavy in need Intervention from the video assistant Re with Free.

Wrong, although some of the ridiculous protests from Luiz drilled a penalty house before taking him to the cleanser when he scored the third Liverpool.

Too many who played in Arsenal from behind asked for trouble against this Liverpool side. Throw in the act of ignorance of Luiz, and eventually, they get what they deserve, though some areas for Emery to admire.

 "We did some perfect transitions, and we had several occasions but, in the second half, the penalty was very gentle," Emery told BBC Match of the Day.

 "After our 2-0, the reaction was good. We need to attack and take different moments in the match. We were disappointed we lost 3-1 but watched some players we can be optimistic.

 "We need to increase ownership and resist pressure, but Liverpool is the best team with this. We have to be realistic, but we can fight closer to them.  "

The man of the match-Mohamed wrong (Liverpool)



Arsenal's Liverpool woe - the stats

  • Since Jurgen Klopp took over in October 2015, Liverpool has scored 26 goals in eight major league matches against Arsenal-the one side has netted against the others in the competition during that period.
  • Only Everton in Arsenal (64) has acknowledged further goals against one opponent in the Premier League of Arsenal in Liverpool (62).
  • Arsenal is now failing to win one of their last 23 league matches against fellow ' Big six ' sides (D8 L15) – During this run, they have acknowledged 53 goals while keeping just one sheet clean.
  • Since the beginning of last season, Arsenal has given eight significant league penalties – only Brighton (10) has faced more.
  • Liverpool has scored 22 goals in the Premier League since the beginning of last season; Seven more than the other side. The Reds have scored three in this campaign already, while no other team prints more than one.
  • Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has faced Arsenal eight times without defeat in the Premier League (W5 D3).
  • Mohamed wrong has been directly involved in more major league goals against Arsenal than against the other side (eight; six goals and two assists). He has scored in all four of his home games against them.
  • Trent Alexander-Arnold has assisted nine goals in his 10 past appearances in Anfield for Liverpool in all competitions, including assisting once in each of the five competitive home matches.
  • Nicolas Pepe has been the first player to successfully lead to Virgil Van Dijk in the past 50 in the Premier League, since Mikel Merino in March 2018 for Newcastle.


What's next?

Liverpool traveled to Burnley on the next schedule in the Premier League on Saturday, August 31 (17:30 WIB). Arsenal continued the league's action when they hosted Tottenham in the first London North Derby this season, on Sunday, September 1 (16:30 WIB).







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