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Klopp: Liverpool’s 5-0 Win vs. Watford Is Due to “Stable” Players

Klopp: Liverpool’s 5-0 Win vs. Watford Is Due to "Stable" Players

Jürgen Klopp was very ebullient on Wednesday evening following the 5-0 win of Liverpool against the Watford Football Club.

The team manager of the Reds joyously remarked that the match precisely reflected the events that he wanted to happen.

Klopp said that he is delighted for his players because they are certainly deserving of the victory.

Sadio Mane, the Senegalese winger, started the advantage for Liverpool during the ninth minute in the match.

Following a delightful cross from Liverpool right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold, he leaped between defenders to score from close range. Alexander-Arnold contributed three assists during the game.

Then, on the 20thminute, Mane got another pass from the 20-year-old right back in the box, then back-heeled it into the net behind Watford goalkeeper, Ben Foster.

On the 66thminute, DivockOrigi made the score 3-0. From the left wing, the Belgian forward for Liverpool cut into the box prior to kicking past Foster.

Virgil van Dijk, Liverpool’s Dutch defender, scored on the 79thand 82ndminutes, giving Liverpool its fourth and fifth goals.

The upshot of the match against Javi Gracia’s team facilitated the Reds to stay on top of the Premier League table.

With 69 points, they are one point ahead of Manchester City which has 68 points following their 1-0 Wednesday triumph over West Ham United.

Klopp credits the auspicious result of the match at Liverpool’sAnfield Stadium to the stability possessed by his team members.

The German head coach described the offense of his team as fluent. He remarked that it is the best paradigm of how a football game should appear.

Klopp wants his squad to carry on with the present show of stability that they have.

He is lucidly pleased as his impressive Liverpool side displayed their prowess in terms of the runs, the drive to win, the direction, and their obvious self-command.

Klopp was extravagant in lauding the exceptional performance of his team. On Sunday, March 3, Liverpool will go head-to-head against Everton at Goodison Park in Liverpool.

Emma is a Sports writer and loves talking and learning about new Sports. She studied journalism at The City College of New York. She loves watching American Sports as well as watching her children play. When she gets some free time she likes to read books by "Jacqueline Wilson".