Klopp hails Loris Karius' Anfield reception

Kristopher Nichols
August 9, 2018

Yet the arrivals of Brazilian Fabinho from AS Monaco and Guinea worldwide Naby Keita from RB Leipzig have provided plenty of additional quality.

Ings is likely to join a number of names leaving Merseyside today, including Simon Mignolet, Lazar Markovic, Divock Origi and Pedro Chirivella - a clear out this Liverpool side has been crying out for.

"We will see what happens".

"But I have no idea what will happen in the next two days". "I was not surprised, to be honest, but as a human being I was hoping for it, that it would be like this". You have to wait.

There had been wholesale changes - including Loris Karius replacing Alisson on the latter's maiden Anfield appearance - and two substitutes combined to make sure of victory.

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Even though the Liverpool side that will begin their latest attempt to win a first English top flight title since 1990 against West Ham at Anfield can not be compared to the iconic teams in the club's past right now, I have rarely felt more confident in what lies ahead as a new season beckons for a Reds squad oozing with talent and depth.

The Match-of-the-Day pundit is also tipping Jose Mourinho's Manchester United, Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool and Tottenham to finish in the top four.

In the second half at Anfield, midfielders Fabinho - who missed an early penalty - and Marko Grujic both filled in as Van Dijk only played 45 minutes, but Klopp is not anxious ahead of Sunday's visit of West Ham.

"He said: "[I'm] not sure, don't know - we have to see how he reacts. Is it possible being different in a really hard world? "I have no clue in the moment what we will do at the weekend". "He was very comfortable on the ball five minutes in and it meant we could show for it and he was starting most of our play, so it was a very good performance from him".

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