Liverpool was in rampant mood against Hull City on Saturday and scored five in an annihilation of Mike Phelan’s Hull City.
It seems as though Liverpool has that good feeling back which only comes with winning regularly. Saturday’s 5-1 victory over Hull City was the Reds’ third consecutive Premier League victory.
As Curtis Davies said according to the Telegraph, “When you play against a Liverpool team that is vibrant, exciting and enjoying itself it is tough. They weren’t satisfied with 4-0 or scoring five. They wanted six, seven, eight and that is the difference.”
It was clear for all to see that Liverpool was indeed enjoying themselves. With nearly 75% possession, there was plenty to work with and Philippe Coutinho’s brilliant goal from outside the box showed just how confident Liverpool’s players are at the moment.
Klopp brought Daniel Sturridge on after 69 minutes and his influence, despite winning a penalty, was minimal and unimportant. The Englishman didn’t need to come on and score a goal to win the game. Rather, his introduction was a way to get game time after missing the EFL Cup game during the week.
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If you aren’t excited about Liverpool at the moment then you clearly aren’t watching the games from this season. Strap in lads, it’s going to get even better.