Liverpool’s Andrew Robertson: ‘Klopp doesn’t just grin when we’re winning’

Carrie Guzman
February 13, 2019

Former Liverpool and Scotland star Graeme Souness revealed what his former employers need to do if they are to win the league this season.

"Manchester City can rotate as much as they want and their team never gets weakened".

BACK TO WINNING WAYS: Liverpool's Mohamed Salah (c) turns to celebrate after scoring their third goal against Bournemouth at Anfield on Saturday.

'I don't think it's a message to any other team or anything, ' said Robertson. "It was a tablet that could induce stomach pains", said the 28-year-old. "I thought that worked quite well for the opening period of the game". In the end I was vomiting and everyone was a little bit scared.

"I think that really they deserved the win, they actually battered Chelsea". He then also praised his brilliant goal last night and added "The goal he scored, I don't think you find a lot of players who would do what Bobby [Firmino] did in that moment". In the morning I was still weak and had diarrhoea I must say the tablets helped a lot. I was like 'Oh no!'. "I ran inside and I managed to control it!"

City, Liverpool and Spurs highlighted that fact over the weekend with home victories by at least two-goal margins over Chelsea, Bournemouth and Leicester respectively.

'Since Monday (at West Ham) we've studied this (Bournemouth) game.

"We had two draws in a row and that didn't feel that good", said Wijnaldum.

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"But if we had been told that at the beginning (of the season) you will have this kind of points (65) everyone would have taken it".

'We're looking to put that right, when we're very good we can beat anybody'.

"If you see when they don't have the ball, the pressure that they make is impressive". "We've shown in the past that we're good enough and we'll continue to show this in the games we've got to come", he said.

He will be needed in the remainder of the season as Liverpool attempt to balance a title challenge with a Champions League campaign, which resumes against Bayern Munich next week.

It has been suggested that Klopp's side may struggle to juggle their domestic and European commitments given their desperation to end the club's 29-year wait for a league title.

"We have to see how it is going to work".

'It's been hard for us, personally I think it's not just a home form and away form, I think it's just inconsistencies, ' he said.

"They are the team behind the team and they are the ones who keep us going and positive".

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