This weekend saw yet another episode of “The Reds are the best team in the world by miles”. Jürgen Klopp’s men were in control as they swept Manchester United aside at Anfield. Speaking after the game, Gary Neville detailed the “biggest challenge” Liverpool face at the moment.
It is looking seemingly impossible to beat Liverpool.
Jürgen Klopp has assembled and drilled a side into perfection. They excel in every aspect of the game.
The 2-0 win over Man United was yet another example of just how easy The Reds are finding it at the moment.
Virgil van Dijk rose above the United defence to put The Reds ahead after 13 minutes. The hosts could have gone in three goals up at half time had it not been for one poor decision and one good one.
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Gary Neville waxed lyrical about The Reds on The Gary Neville Podcast after the game, praising them as “the best team in the world”.
When pondering recruitment, the ex-Man United defender struggled to think of how to improve the side. Neville discussed the “the biggest challenge” for Liverpool, saying:
“Maintaining that level of work ethic and attitude when you win, they’re going to win this year and win big – can they come back next year and win big again – that’s always the challenge for a team.”
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Neville is once again spot on with his analysis.
The way that this side plays demands a lot of mental and physical commitment from the squad.
Everybody needs to know their role, they need to give everything to the side or the system collapses.
The biggest concern is of course keeping this going. However, this is a special side. The self titled Mentality Monsters.
The motivational and man management skills of Jürgen Klopp should be enough to keep this squad at the peak of their performance until an overhaul is needed. This is the precipice of dynasty, nobody is stopping Jürgen’s Reds.