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Liverpool boss talks up worldwide return for this star

Liverpool boss talks up worldwide return for this star

Jurgen Klopp's side were a goal up against Arsenal through James Milner's strike, but Alexandre Lacazette's equaliser denied them a ninth win from 11 league games.

"You can see from each player we're giving [a major] shift in work and the intensity", the Arsenal academy graduate said.

"If insane things happen then maybe we have to think new but I don't expect that".

Liverpool claimed a credible 1-1 draw at Arsenal on Saturday but dropped to third in the Premier League after victories for Chelsea and Manchester City on Sunday.

"Honestly, we are not thinking about Man City or any other team", he added.

However it was Arsenal who grabbed the second goal of the game, with Lacazette curling a brilliant shot past Alisson after the Brazilian came off the line.

"The result tomorrow is very important but first I want to show them, to show you and to show everybody our best mentality in the game", he told reporters on Friday.

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"I think he should buy all of the newspapers and read this".

The beginning of the second half was more of the same, with Arsenal dominating the ball and Liverpool being forced to absorb pressure and look for opportunities to counter-attack. "Now we need to try to do even better". At the moment we have each position twice, three times and sometimes four times covered.

"It's nice because he is happy to learn and we always have fun together".

'It's good that we could change it at half-time.

Sead Kolasinac - 6 - Given the unenviable task of keeping a lid on Mohamed Salah, Kolasinac did well in the first half, keeping his opponent fairly quiet and restricted to glimpses of quality.

Klopp acknowledged the courage in Emery's style when he said: "Arsenal did this before this year when they pretty much brought on all of their strikers". That means there's a time that it's not there and we all felt like, 'What the heck is here?'

The team is largely the same as past year, with only goalkeeper Bernd Leno and midfielder Lucas Torreira starting this game, having arrived in the summer.


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