Klopp hails Reds squad for reaching ‘outstanding’ landmark record

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Alexander-Arnold whipped the free-kick into the top corner from 25 yards out, completing a stunning strike to give Liverpool vital breathing space and make Watford heads drop, as the Reds went on to win 3-0. So, all good and I really think the players deserve it.

"Maybe I should not talk about it but to explain how hard things are, we had exactly one session to prepare this game", Klopp said.

"In similar games a year ago, we were not that convincing".

It means he will miss the Merseyside derby next weekend - live on Sky Sports - and manager Klopp says he was about to bring Henderson off for Fabinho, but remained in a positive mood.

Mohamed Salah broke the deadlock in the 67th minute at Vicarage Road with his ninth goal of the season before Trent Alexander-Arnold made it 2-0 with a brilliant free-kick.

"We had to stay stubborn".

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The Liverpool striker was hauled down and injured by Ramos during the Champions League final last season and it is an issue which won't die, especially amongst the fans of the Anfield club. It was not that clear that we controlled the games, but we controlled [this game].

"It was exactly how it had to be in our situation". I know you always expect perfection but we had exactly one session to prepare for this game because the players came back on Thursday (after worldwide duty).

"In a few moments, the tempo change could have been a bit more obvious but even then, we had our chances". And the third goal was one of the best counter-attacks I ever saw - it was just nice.

With the score level Robertson clipped Will Hughes in the box but referee Jon Moss ignored the hosts' protests.

"Coming back after an worldwide break and playing a team who only had three or four players away I think, meaning they could train properly - we could only train Wednesday and Thursday - and to play against such an organised team is hard".

The Croatia global won 100 per cent of his duels in the first half, with Van Dijk leading the team in total passes (76) and touches (80) during the same period.

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