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Barnes backing Liverpool boss Klopp over cautious market approach

27 December 2017

"The best thing is to defend with 10 offensive players, because when you have the ball then it's much more likely that you will score".

The Welsh club, who handed striker Oli McBurnie his full Premier League debut, have averaged just two shots on target per match this season but had achieved that by the 20th minute on Merseyside.

It didn't take long for the first chance on goal to crop up-and it was a telling one.

There's a lot to love about Roberto Firmino.

Klopp was pleased his players were able to rectify their mistakes of the first half and convert their chances more clinically after the restart. He made it look easy, but it was a technique which is the result of hours of practice as well as natural Brazilian ability.

The visitors were up against it from the outset.

Meanwhile, Joe Gomez was particularly at fault for Alexis Sanchez's goal at Arsenal, which brought the home side back into match just seconds after Liverpool took a two-goal lead.

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The Reds doubled their lead six minutes into the second half, as one Brazilian found another saw Coutinho turn provider for Roberto Firmino to fire home.

Swansea mounted a counter of their own as they sought to mount a quick response, but a tame Wayne Routledge header produced a straight-forward save for Mignolet.

Liverpool quickly got into their stride to dominate possession, starting in a 4-3-3 shape but quickly seeking to free Mohamed Salah central at every opportunity.

Trent Alexander-Arnold added the third when Andrew Robertson's cross was only half cleared.

Jurgen Klopp says he was pleased with his side's improved second half performance, as Liverpool romped to a 5-0 victory over Swansea in the Premier League. The Liverpool-born right back sprinted onto the ball before powering it off the underside of the bar for his first Premier League goal. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain fired in the fifth seven minutes from time.

There was still time for former Arsenal ace Oxlade-Chamberlain to make it five courtesy of a deft lob over another ex-Gunner, Swans goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski.

"They all will score goals".

Barnes backing Liverpool boss Klopp over cautious market approach