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Roberto Firmino breaks silence after horrific eye injury v Tottenham

17 September 2018

Jurgen Klopp described Liverpool's performance in the 2-1 win at Tottenham as their best so far in a flawless start to the season.

After two weeks of an global break both sides will be looking to maintain their early season momentum. "We deserved to win".

"It's no problem. It's sThe Egypt star was again missing from the scoresheet as the Reds defeated Spurs at Wembleytill early, five games, fantastic we've won all of them, we have improved during that".

Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool are about to enter a crucial test as they play a series of games which could tell us whether or not they are finally ready to make a serious challenge for the Premier League title. We previously achieved it in both 1978-79 and 1990-91.

We have the "most valuable player" conversation quite a lot, but if the Premier League was to introduce an award for the player upon whom his team leans most, Wilfried Zaha would be a shoo-in.

And for the sake of the spectacle, the Premier League would also benefit from this type of fixture being played without both sides having to juggle their squads because of the draining effects of travelling the globe that worldwide football can have on their players. I like that development.

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"I suppose the people I concentrated on the most being a midfielder, and looking at things offensively, was Bobby [Roberto Firmino], Sadio [Mané] and Mo [Salah]".

"In the end, I think everyone saw it was very clearly a penalty on Son [Heung-Min] from [Sadio] Mane [in injury time]".

And Klopp, glad to have goals coming from other players, said he does not expect a "perfect season" from the Uefa Player of the Year second runners-up.

"We should be talking in a different way now because if it was given, it's 2-2 if we score the goal". Liverpool, the unluckiest team in the league last season in ESPN's Luck Index , escaped but a draw would have been harsh as they dominated and looked more risky from the outset.

You know only too well yourselves how you need a proper goalkeeper - it's already three set-piece goals conceded in two games without Lloris. He was not even at his best for Watford against Manchester United, but was still one of the most impressive players on the park.

Roberto Firmino breaks silence after horrific eye injury v Tottenham