Andy Robertson admits not winning at Fulham would have been

Andy Robertson admits not winning at Fulham would have been "gutting"

Liverpool's Andy Robertson admitted that The Reds' 2-1 win at Fulham was a "massive" result for the team and that it would have been "gutting" if they had not taken all three points. Jurgen Klopp's men dominated proceedings at Craven Cottage but could not increase their lead despite Sadio Mané's first-half opener. Ryan Babel equalised for Fulham in the last 20 minutes after a calamity of errors between James Milner, Virgil van Dijk and goalkeeper Alisson. Thankfully, Milner was able …
Observations as Liverpool deliver European masterclass

Observations as Liverpool deliver European masterclass

Liverpool romped to a 3-1 win at the Allianz Arena to secure their place in the Champions League quarter-final stages, the fourth English club to achieve such a feat. Having struggled to recreate the kind of form witnessed in Europe last season, this was a return to the best of the best, with Jurgen Klopp's side fending off another European heavyweight with relative ease. Cunning on the counter-attack and defensively solid, there were few holes to a performance that will …
Key Stats As Full-Backs Shine - Liverpool 5-0 Watford

Key Stats As Full-Backs Shine - Liverpool 5-0 Watford

Liverpool stayed top of the Premier League as they romped home to a 5-0 win over a poor Watford side. But what were the key stats from a show-stopping display at Anfield on a warm February evening? Five – It’s the Magic Number You’ll all have seen the banter stat by now but I’m leading with it anyway – the third season in a row that Liverpool have beaten Watford by five goals at Anfield, following the Mo Salah inspired …
Andy Robertson claims point at Old Trafford was not a bad result for Liverpool

Andy Robertson claims point at Old Trafford was not a bad result for Liverpool

Liverpool's Andy Robertson feels that their draw with Manchester United at Old Trafford was not a bad result even though the league leaders were looking for the win. The Reds returned to the top of the Premier League table, a point ahead of Manchester City, with their 0-0 draw against arch-rivals United on Sunday. Speaking to Liverpoolfc.com, Robertson said:
“I thought we started really well and we had the momentum, we were driving forward, but we just didn’t create …
Player Ratings as injuries dominate proceedings at Old Trafford

Player Ratings as injuries dominate proceedings at Old Trafford

That was absolutely rubbish. Up there with the most tedious of Liverpool display's I've seen in years. Yes, fair enough, we may end up looking back at Manchester United 0-0 Liverpool and hailing it as a 'good point', but in the context of the 90 minutes it was turgid. United forced into more tactical reshuffles via injuries (3) than the Reds had shots on target (1). A performance devoid of inspiration, creativity and most importantly, goals. Here's your ratings. Forgive …
Andy Robertson believes United will be wary of Liverpool's threat on Sunday

Andy Robertson believes United will be wary of Liverpool's threat on Sunday

Liverpool's Scottish international left-back Andy Robertson says that his team is looking forward to facing Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday. Robertson, being interviewed in the Evening Standard, admitted that it's a huge fixture for both sides as it's also Liverpool's game in hand over Manchester City. Robertson said:
"It's a big game against Manchester United, it's always big against them. "It's a game in hand as well and we look forward to that. It's a huge game and they're …
Player Ratings as Bayern hold off Reds at Anfield

Player Ratings as Bayern hold off Reds at Anfield

What are we all making of that, then? I'm quite satisfied with the result. Liverpool 0-0 Bayern Munich and all the Reds must do now is score and avoid defeat at the Allianz Arena. Given Bayern's home record that does seem a mission. However, there was enough to see tonight that suggests Liverpool can fancy their chances. With Virgil van Dijk back we'll hopefully see an improved Andy Robertson (there's a clue about his rating), whilst Trent Alexander-Arnold will be …
Bobby Firmino: The man who defines a Liverpool performance

Bobby Firmino: The man who defines a Liverpool performance

"He was a player I thought was one of the best in the Bundesliga so, when I saw that Liverpool had signed him, I thought: 'How could Liverpool do this?" Those were the words of Jurgen Klopp back in 2016, as he gushed over the quality of Roberto Firmino. The Brazilian must have felt like a beautiful added bonus to Klopp when he had become Liverpool manager the previous year - a player tailor-made to flourish under the charismatic German. …
Bargain Basement Buys That Liverpool could go for this Summer

Bargain Basement Buys That Liverpool could go for this Summer

It's no secret that the foundation of Liverpool’s recent success has been their excellent transfer business. Prior to the capture of Virgil Van Dijk for a world record transfer fee for a defender and the following summer spending spree which saw four new faces walk through the Shankly gates, Michael Edwards and co conducted much savvier business via calculated risks including the now irreplaceable Mo Salah. The Egyptian king’s value has skyrocketed to such an extent since his arrival at …
Andy Robertson issues rallying call to Liverpool teammates ahead of visit of FC Bayern

Andy Robertson issues rallying call to Liverpool teammates ahead of visit of FC Bayern

Liverpool's Andy Robertson has asked his Reds teammates to summon the full-throttle approach from last season's Champions League run as Jurgen Klopp's men prepare for the visit of Bayern Munich on Tuesday. The Scottish captain believes that due to the standard of FC Bayern, Liverpool will have to be at their best in both legs to hold on any chance of progressing to the quarter finals. Speaking to Liverpoolfc.com, Robertson said:
“We need to be full-throttle for that game. They …
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