‘Special victory’ still has room for improvement, says Ragnar Klavan

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Ragnar Klavan speaks to Jurgen Klopp during training
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Liverpool beat Arsenal 4-3 at the Emirates on Sunday and Ragnar Klavan is happy to have played his first Premier League game but feels there is still room for improvement. 

“It was a crazy game,” he told the Liverpool Echo.

“This is one of the best leagues in the world and when your first game is against Arsenal you know it’s going to be at a really high level. It was a good for me to see what the Premier League is like.

“For the spectators, it was an amazing game to watch but there were good moments and bad moments for us.

“Winning was special but as a centre-half, when your team concedes three goals it’s never too great a day. You can’t be too happy.”

Klavan was part of a defence which conceded three goals while none of the can be directly blamed on him Estonia’s captain is of the opinion that there is still room for improvement.

“We have to look into that and we will work on things in training for sure. There’s a lot of room for improvement.”

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