Liverpool 'under pressure' in Champions League race - Jurgen Klopp

Kristopher Nichols
December 26, 2017

Having gone 1-0 up but wasted a number of chances to potentially put the game beyond the Gunners in the first half, when Jurgen Klopp's side did score a second goal it was followed immediately by a insane five-minute spell in which they somehow went from 2-0 ahead to 3-2 down.

The Egyptian netted in the 3-3 draw with Watford on the opening day of the Premier League season, scoring Liverpool's final goal.

While the first half of the game against Arsenal on Friday was an entertaining and exhilarating run of football, topped by a headed goal, of all things, from Philippe Coutinho, the second half was not one of the history books.

"Given the circumstances, given the way the game panned out, we need not be too unhappy". Milner subbed into the match after 10 minutes following an injury to Jordan Henderson, and said the exciting, flowing Liverpool could've used a dose of patience with the lead. However, they found themselves 3-2 down after Alexis Sánchez, Granit Xhaka and Mesut Özil hit back for the hosts in the space of five frenzied minutes.

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McAllister is a firm fan of the Egyptian and sees shades of Barcelona great Messi in how Salah moves the ball at his feet.

Arsenal's first goal came from nowhere as Sanchez crept up on an unassuming Joe Gomez to head in a rare successful cross into Liverpool's defensive third. The captain was replaced by James Milner who, like his manager, believes Liverpool's squad is young enough to improve.

The visitors took a two goal lead before Arsenal started their comeback. Didn't Liverpool have the best defensive record of all the top teams over the past two months, even City?

What this suggests is that Liverpool don't allow many shots against them, the ones that do get through are as likely to result in goals as be kept out. I thought we did control the game but we opened the door and Arsenal are a real threat.

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