Liverpool Are Now Finding Different Ways To Get Results

28 Nov

                                     Liverpool Are Now Finding Different Ways To Get Results

Liverpool’s 2-0 win over Sunderland at the weekend was another important three points for Klopp’s men as they continue their impressive start to the season, but it wasn’t as easy as many Reds’ supporters had anticipated, with Davie Moyes setting his team out to defend and make it as difficult as possible for Liverpool.

In recent seasons Liverpool would’ve ended up finishing the game 0-0, but this team under Klopp is finding different ways to get positive results, and Saturday was another example.

Liverpool were not at their brilliant best on Saturday and struggled to get behind Sunderland’s deep-lying defence, and seeing Coutinho stretchered off in the first half didn’t help matters, but the Reds stayed patient and continued to press until they finally penetrated Sunderland’s stubborn defence when Origi fired in a superb opener before Milner’s penalty sealed the victory after Mane was fouled in the box in stoppage time.

It looked like Liverpool were going to draw 0-0 for the second game in a row against another team that wanted to ‘park the bus’ to frustrate the Reds, but patience was the key on Saturday and they got their reward in the end with the three points.

The previous week at Southampton, Liverpool should have won after creating enough chances in a dominant display, but although they only picked up a point, in recent years they would’ve lost a game like that away from home, and the clean sheet proved important.

Liverpool are finding different ways to pick up points this season and that is proving to be an important factor in why they are in such a good league position.

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