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Premier League 24th February 2018

ALL THE ACTION

LFC v West Ham: Full match

Watch every kick as Liverpool faced West Ham at Anfield.

24th Feb 2018

102:01 mins

LFC v West Ham: Highlights

Watch extended highlights of the Reds' match against the Hammers from Anfield.

24th Feb 2018

10:27 mins

LFC v West Ham: 90 Seconds

Catch the best of the action from Liverpool v West Ham

24th Feb 2018

1:30 mins

Oxlade-Chamberlain's excellent second half display

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's best bits against West Ham.

24th Feb 2018

1:10 mins

Mo Salah's magic against West Ham United

All of Mo Salah's best moments against West Ham United.

24th Feb 2018

1:25 mins

Andy Robertson's best bits versus West Ham

Andy Robertson's best bits versus West Ham

24th Feb 2018

1:30 mins

Karius save denies Arnautovic

Loris Karius tips a chipped effort onto the bar.

24th Feb 2018

0:28 mins

Mane taps home to make it four

A slick counter attack cuts through the West Ham defence and Mane is on hand to round off the move from close range.

24th Feb 2018

1:16 mins

Firmino makes it three

A lofted pass from Can plays in Firmino who cooly nudges the ball past Adrian and rolls the ball into an empty net.

24th Feb 2018

1:03 mins

Salah extends Liverpool lead

Oxlade Chamberlain slips the ball to Mo Salah inside the 18 yard box who cooly slots the ball past Adrian.

24th Feb 2018

1:17 mins

Can header opens the scoring

A corner from Mo Salah is met by Emre Can who heads the ball home.

24th Feb 2018

0:59 mins

Inside Training: Slow-mo of the Reds late afternoon prep for West Ham

Watch as Jürgen Klopp's side train at Melwood ahead of the Premier League clash against West Ham at Anfield

23rd Feb 2018

1:39 mins

INTERVIEWS & ANALYSIS

Klopp's Post-West Ham press conference

Jürgen Klopp speaks to the press after the match against West Ham

24th Feb 2018

9:02 mins

Klopp: We played 'Wow' football

Jürgen Klopp speaks to LFCTV straight after the victory over West Ham.

24th Feb 2018

4:45 mins

Robertson: It's a massive 3 points

Andy Robertson reflects on a hard earned win against the Hammers at Anfield.

24th Feb 2018

4:04 mins

Can: We should have scored more

Emre Can talks to LFCTV after the Reds' win against West Ham at Anfield.

24th Feb 2018

2:46 mins

Karius: We don't have to be afraid of anyone

Loris Karius speaks to LFCTV ahead of the Reds' clash with West Ham at Anfield

24th Feb 2018

3:19 mins

Klopp: Has Mo got the best left foot in the world?

Jürgen Klopp looks at Mo Salah's possible record for left footed goals and considers whether he has the best left foot in world football

23rd Feb 2018

1:04 mins

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Klopp 'absolutely not happy' with season yet

Jürgen Klopp tells the media he'll be happy with the season when he assesses it at the end

23rd Feb 2018

2:09 mins

FREE

Klopp: They are ready to be called upon

Jürgen Klopp speaks about the youngsters making a big impression at Melwood after training alongside the first team

23rd Feb 2018

2:21 mins

FREE

Klopp's pre West Ham press conference in full

Jürgen Klopp speaks to the media ahead of the Reds' Premier League clash with the Hammers

23rd Feb 2018

12:58 mins

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Watch: Goals, reaction and highlights - LFC 4-1 West Ham

LiverpoolFC TV - 5 hours 48 min ago
Watch all of the goals, extended highlights, features and post-match interviews from Liverpool's 4-1 Premier League win over West Ham United at Anfield.
Categories: LFC NEWS

Explained: How Emre's goal came from Melwood practice

LiverpoolFC TV - Sat, 24/02/2018 - 21:57
Liverpool's opening goal in the 4-1 victory over West Ham United was a perfect execution of a routine worked on in training ahead of the game.
Categories: LFC NEWS

Explained: How Emre's goal came from Melwood practice

LiverpoolFC.TV - Sat, 24/02/2018 - 21:57

Liverpool's opening goal in the 4-1 victory over West Ham United was a perfect execution of a routine worked on in training ahead of the game.

With an action-packed Premier League encounter still goalless shortly before the half-hour mark, Mohamed Salah whipped in a corner from the right that Emre Can met with a header down into the bottom corner.

The midfielder later revealed the set-piece success came as a result of practice at Melwood on the eve of the meeting with the Hammers.

“I’m happy that I could score – because we trained it yesterday and I scored like that. It’s always good when you train something and score like that. I’m happy, of course, when I can score and help the team,” Can told Liverpoolfc.com.

On the performance in general, the No.23 reflected: “It was a solid win.

“We did our job. We played good football and kept the ball well. We had a lot of chances – we could have scored a few goals more. But we did our job and it was good.

“In the first half we did OK and played good football at times. We kept the ball well, which is always good. In the second half we scored three more goals.

“Unfortunately, we conceded a goal because of my mistake, I’m sorry for that but it can happen of course.”

Can’s header was Liverpool’s 100th goal of the season in their 40th fixture.

The prolific trio of Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane then each got on the scoresheet – and the Germany international was almost lost for words to describe them.

“It’s amazing,” he said. “The front three can score in every game at any minute. It’s unbelievable how good they are. They did it again. We are always happy if they can score and we win.”

The Reds climbed to second in the Premier League table by virtue of defeating the Hammers, with Manchester United and Chelsea set to clash on Sunday.

A week’s break awaits Jürgen Klopp’s side before they attempt to repeat their performance when Newcastle United visit Anfield.

“It’s a really important [time of the season],” added Can.

“The next game is next week against Newcastle at home again – and we want to win that as well. We have to look from game to game and our aim is to win every game.”

Categories: LFC NEWS

Oxlade-Chamberlain, Robertson & 2nd heaven: 5 talking points from Liverpool 4-1 West Ham

ThisIsAnfield.com - Sat, 24/02/2018 - 21:23

Liverpool easily beat West Ham 4-1 following a second-half display which will convince many Jurgen Klopp‘s side are the second-best side in the land.


Liverpool 4-1 West Ham

Premier League, Anfield
February 24, 2018

Goals: Can 29′, Salah 51′, Firmino 57′, Mane 77′; Antonio 59′

Oxlade-Chamberlain Steps Up

 Liverpool's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain during the FA Premier League match between Liverpool and Manchester City at Anfield. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

After a fairly quiet first half Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was able to emerge in the second and really justify his inclusion in Klopp’s lineup.

Having had relatively little involvement in the opening 45 minutes, particularly for a midfielder, he produced a piece of determined play which led to the important second goal.

Trying to bring the ball under control he wound up beating a number of opposition players before eventually setting up Mohamed Salah. It was the start of an impressive display, and he almost scored himself shortly after but could only hit the side-netting.

He was taking up good positions and acting decisively once in them.

The 24-year-old should have had a second assist when another charge at the opposition back line resulted in a neat pass with the outside of his boot to Sadio Mane, but the Senegalese shot wide when it was easier to score.

A cross to Salah set up another chance, and a long shot of his own forced a save from Adrian.

Not only will he be battling with Adam Lallana for a place in the Liverpool side this year, but the pair could also be competing for the same spot in the England team.

On this evidence, and depending on how Lallana comes back from his injury problems this season, Oxlade-Chamberlain could be the better and more versatile choice.

Second Heaven

 Liverpool's manager Jürgen Klopp celebrates the 4-1 victory over West Ham United after the UEFA Youth League Quarter-Final match between Liverpool FC and Manchester United FC at Prenton Park. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

There is no doubt that Liverpool are the second-best team in the league this season, and it could even be said that their attack is the best around.

This win sees them climb ahead of Man United into second place, but they are now a game ahead of their north-west rivals who have to play third-placed Chelsea in what should be a good fixture for Liverpool at this stage of the season.

The league is now reflecting Liverpool’s performances, but also highlights the area in which they’ve fallen down this season—as despite all the goals, their defence is the worst of the top five.

As a result they are only one ahead of United’s goal difference, and Klopp will be hoping that an improved defence which now includes Virgil van Dijk, and Bundesliga Karius rather than cup ‘keeper Karius, can shore things up at the back and help them become the 2017/18 Premier League runners up.

Handy Andy

 Liverpool's Andy Robertson during the UEFA Youth League Quarter-Final match between Liverpool FC and Manchester United FC at Prenton Park. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Mane had just turned home Liverpool’s fourth goal in front of the Kop to restore a three-goal cushion, and after a short rendition of “Oh Mane Mane”, the fans turned their attention to the Scottish provider.

Andrew Robertson was heavily involved in the game, as he always is, with only James Milner seeing more touches of the ball. But here he was also able to turn his impressive play into something more concrete for the stats websites, with his second assist of the season.

During one occasion in the first half he had found himself with nowhere to go and no options for a pass, so took it upon himself to dribble down the right wing past a number of West Ham players before eventually finding a free man in midfield.

It was a moment more akin to one of Liverpool’s attacking three than their solid left-back, but he does have this ability when the situation requires he use it.

Another ability he has is good crossing, and his choices from the flank are much improved in this regard.

His cross to Mane gave the winger no choice but to score, even though he did his best not to by finding the inside of the post having just missed another easy chance.

It was a deserved moment for the Scotsman who regularly has his name sung on the Kop in recognition of his endeavour and work rate.

Even if he might not always impress Opta, he’s certainly impressing everyone at Liverpool.

Anfield Exercise

 Liverpool's Emre Can during the UEFA Youth League Quarter-Final match between Liverpool FC and Manchester United FC at Prenton Park. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

When Michail Antonio slotted home to pull a goal back for West Ham, Liverpool still had a two-goal advantage, but a second for the visitors would have had led to a tense and uncomfortable Anfield.

While past Liverpool sides have crumbled even at the thought of such a scenario, this one took control of the game and simply kept the ball from West Ham.

After the goal went in the Reds racked up 75 percent possession for the remainder of the game, and only let their opposition have one further shot, which was a tame effort from a set-piece.

They were able to turn the screw and see out the game, setting up numerous chances to score a fourth, one of which was eventually taken by Mane.

The element of control they had at this stage might help ease the nerves in Anfield when similar things happen in the future.

This will in turn will lead to a more enjoyable experience for the players and lead to more success at home, where they remain unbeaten in the league this season.

Another Week Off

 Liverpool's Sadio Mane celebrates scoring the fourth goal with team-mate Roberto Firminoduring the UEFA Youth League Quarter-Final match between Liverpool FC and Manchester United FC at Prenton Park. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Klopp now has another full week to work with his side ahead of the visit of Rafa Benitez’s Newcastle next weekend.

The training camp in Marbella appears to have allowed the team to recharge their batteries, and the squad are injury free for what seems the first time in a long time.

The next big test comes against United on March 10, with a professional job required to win the Porto tie in the week leading up to that game.

Just as United’s clash with Chelsea is a good one for Liverpool, the Blues may be looking to this fixture as one where they look to regain some ground in the table.

Klopp’s side need to make sure that, come their visit to Old Trafford, that they are in the position to secure second place.

Categories: LFC NEWS

Sadio Mane: I scored because I stayed positive

LiverpoolFC TV - Sat, 24/02/2018 - 21:22
Sadio Mane was rewarded for a refusal to let missed chances affect him in Liverpool's 4-1 win over West Ham United.
Categories: LFC NEWS

Sadio Mane: I scored because I stayed positive

LiverpoolFC.TV - Sat, 24/02/2018 - 21:22

Sadio Mane was rewarded for a refusal to let missed chances affect him in Liverpool's 4-1 win over West Ham United.

On the Reds’ return to Premier League action, Emre Can opened the scoring at Anfield with the only goal of a chance-filled first half.

Jürgen Klopp’s side built on that breakthrough in the second period and efforts from Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Mane – after the No.19 had previously struck the post when one-on-one with Adrian – rendered Michail Antonio’s strike a consolation.

“When we scored three and I missed the chances, in my head it was more important that we were winning,” the Senegal international told Sky Sports.

“It was a good goal for me. I never doubt in football, you always have to be positive. That’s what I try to do and finally I scored.

“We started well. It was not easy to score the first goal but we tried and tried again. In the end, we scored. That was the key – the game was a little bit open then.

“We tried again, created many chances and at the end got four goals, so we deserved to win.”

The result lifted Liverpool up to second in the Premier League table ahead of the meeting between Manchester United and Chelsea on Sunday.

But with 10 games still to go, Mane does not want to discuss potential finishing positions yet.

“It’s too early to speak about possibilities,” he said. “But it’s football, everything is possible. We’ll take it game by game and try to win. We don’t know what place we’re going to be in.”

Categories: LFC NEWS

Video: Jurgen Klopp post-match press conference – Liverpool 4-1 West Ham

ThisIsAnfield.com - Sat, 24/02/2018 - 21:20

Jurgen Klopp was in fine spirits after his Liverpool side sealed a strong 4-1 victory at home to West Ham on Saturday to further fuel their momentum.

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Goals from Emre Can, Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane secured a comfortable victory for the Reds at Anfield, with Michail Antonio’s second-half strike a fleeting consolation.

On the back of a 5-0 win away to Porto in the Champions League, this result saw Klopp’s side maintain their positive form.

Pushing themselves up to second in the table, Liverpool have underlined their credentials as top-four hopefuls, and speaking after the game Klopp could find few negatives.

“I am really happy with the complete performance, all the individual performances were really, really good today,” he told reporters.

“When we had problems in one or two moments, we had comebacks in the game and then didn’t suffer or whatever.

“It was just a good game and we were really difficult to play today, I would say.”

Klopp also discussed the merits of a short trip to Marbella last week for a training camp, saying “I’m happy that I saw a lot of things we did on the training ground in the last 10 days.”

And he hailed Salah for equalling Luis Suarez’s best-ever goal tally for a season, with 31, and discussed the Reds’ hopes of a second-placed finish after moving ahead of Man United.

Categories: LFC NEWS

Jürgen Klopp: I'm delighted with our 'complete performance'

LiverpoolFC TV - Sat, 24/02/2018 - 21:19
Jürgen Klopp was left thoroughly satisfied by what he described as ‘a complete performance’ after Liverpool recorded a 4-1 win over West Ham United at Anfield.
Categories: LFC NEWS

Jürgen Klopp: I'm delighted with our 'complete performance'

LiverpoolFC.TV - Sat, 24/02/2018 - 21:19

Jürgen Klopp was left thoroughly satisfied by what he described as ‘a complete performance’ after Liverpool recorded a 4-1 win over West Ham United at Anfield.

The Reds moved up to second in the table with the victory, which was started by Emre Can’s deadlock-breaking header midway through the first half.

Mohamed Salah then grabbed goal No.31 of the season so far after the break – extending his scoring streak to six consecutive games - before Roberto Firmino added a third.

Hammers substitute Michail Antonio made an immediate impact after coming off the bench to reduce the arrears, but Sadio Mane’s deft close-range finish restored the home side’s three-goal cushion to seal the win.

Afterwards, Klopp enthused about the manner of his side’s display against a West Ham team who arrived at Anfield in good form following a resurgence under the stewardship of David Moyes.

Read on for a summary of the manager’s post-match press conference…

On whether he took satisfaction from the character and perseverance shown by his team…

Absolutely. Look, in all the moments when we gave them a little bit of space then they were immediately there. I thought we were good in the first half but the first really big chance was for Arnautovic, a nice little genius strike and a fantastic save from Loris. But we kept on going, we played football. It was really difficult today - the wind changed direction all the time so it was difficult to judge, for both teams of course. And it’s a question of attitude, to be honest, to stay in the game then and stay focused, to do what is right to do and to improve as well and we did that.

I am really happy with the complete performance, all the individual performances were really, really good today. When we had problems in one or two moments, we had comebacks in the game and then didn’t suffer or whatever. It was just a good game and we were really difficult to play today, I would say. We scored fantastic goals and created a lot more chances and that’s against a David Moyes team - really good organised, in a good moment in the league, good quality, individual quality. So today I have nothing to criticise, to be honest.

LFCTV GO: Jürgen Klopp reflects on Reds' win over West Ham

On whether the 10-day gap between the FC Porto victory and Saturday’s game meant Liverpool were fresh…

We were only in Marbella for four days, yes it was good and we wanted to do it but we had a full week in Liverpool and we trained here much more often than we did there, even though we went there for sessions. I said it a few times, as a football manager you like it if you can work with your team. If you can prepare a team for each game, it would make football much more attractive if you gave the teams more time to prepare the things. That’s how it is, sometimes it’s only intense and both teams need to deal with intensity and fight and stuff like that, so we really could prepare, that’s the truth and I’m happy that I saw a lot of things we did on the training ground in the last 10 days.

I am happy we didn’t have to play immediately after Porto because for a human being it’s difficult to have a situation like that, winning 5-0 completely not expected and then you need to be ready again so I was happy about that. Today, to be honest, I don’t think too much about Newcastle but tomorrow morning the preparation will start, that’s how it is. It’s the next tough, tough job to do. Everybody fights for everything in this moment in the league. I said it before that usually if a few teams in the middle of the table, maybe for them it is difficult to find out what they go for now - but everybody is fighting for the league or the top six pretty much and that will be very interesting and very intense for all of us. So it was very important that we could get these three points today, they helped us a lot.

On Mohamed Salah reaching 31 goals – equalling Luis Suarez’s best ever goal in a season for Liverpool…

In football, it is all about doing the right thing in the right moment. I like Mo’s desire for goals. You could see that. Flexibility and being fluent depends on all the players around, it cannot only be one player who is flexible and fluent because it doesn’t help. If you see how we change positions, how Roberto immediately defends each moment for Mo when Mo is in this situation, Sadio is doing the same, it’s really important. If he didn’t do that, because you cannot score with each situation you have, then you’d cause yourself problems.

He is obviously doing well and it was not the biggest chance we had in the game from which he scored from. It was a nice goal, Sadio could have scored one or two times more, Roberto deserved a goal, Emre with the opener even when he had a few difficulties at the start. With him, you saw at the start that he had problems with the wind and then he dealt with it much better. Around the goal we conceded, he could have played the pass instead of dribbling with the ball. Mo is obviously a boy who is full of greed to score goals and that’s what you need in front of the goal.

On Liverpool going second in the table…

It’s a nice moment, but nothing more. I would say we are not second – it looks like this in the moment, but if Man United win tomorrow [against Chelsea] then we were second for a few hours and I am not sure that is too important to be honest. To get the points is very important today. We all put pressure on each other with the results we get – you have no time to rest and if you waste one point it’s like ‘wow’. All the others are flying, so you have to fly as well.

It is really intense for all teams involved, for all the players involved. I don’t think they care too much – both teams play tomorrow against each other and I don’t think United and Chelsea think too much about us, but they knew before the matchday that we are around. We play Chelsea later in the season, we play United in two weeks. It’s very decisive and we don’t have points to waste - it’s not that we have any opportunity to.

I would have taken a 1-0 win today - ugly, dirty, West Ham four times [off the] post and Loris Karius 20 saves or whatever, I would have taken it because we need the points. Of course, now it is nice because we deserved these three points, we played well and could keep this kind of little run [going] with a few nice results. Southampton was unbelievably important for us, Porto not expected - the result was for sure not expected – and then playing today against West Ham. I think everyone who has watched a little bit more football than only Liverpool knew before the game West Ham are in a really good moment. They’ve had fantastic results against top teams. They had a difficult situation and they sorted it, they are in a good way, so to play a game like we did today is really not [to be taken] for granted. I’m really happy we could do it.

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The best of the photos from Liverpool 4-1 West Ham

ThisIsAnfield.com - Sat, 24/02/2018 - 20:21

It was a comfortable 4-1 victory for Liverpool as they moved into second in the Premier League table with victory over West Ham at Anfield.


Jurgen Klopp continued to make changes to the back four as Joel Matip came in for Dejan Lovren at centre-back but it didn’t cause any problems as Liverpool surged to yet another league victory.

Emre Can quickly ensured the Reds were in front when he headed home from a corner halfway through the first half…

 Liverpool's Emre Can celebrates scoring the first goal during the UEFA Youth League Quarter-Final match between Liverpool FC and Manchester United FC at Prenton Park. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Which the German enjoyed…

 Liverpool's Emre Can during the UEFA Youth League Quarter-Final match between Liverpool FC and Manchester United FC at Prenton Park. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Mohamed Salah doubled the lead in the second half…

 Liverpool's Mohamed Salah celebrates scoring the second goal during the UEFA Youth League Quarter-Final match between Liverpool FC and Manchester United FC at Prenton Park. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

And Roberto Firmino produced another no-look finish for Liverpool’s third goal which meant he could celebrate with his trademark kung-fu kick…

 Liverpool's Roberto Firmino celebrates scoring the third goal during the UEFA Youth League Quarter-Final match between Liverpool FC and Manchester United FC at Prenton Park. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Despite hitting the post moments before, Sadio Mane made no mistake when he slotted it past Adrian to make it 4-1…

 Liverpool's Sadio Mane celebrates scoring the fourth goal during the UEFA Youth League Quarter-Final match between Liverpool FC and Manchester United FC at Prenton Park. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

It was another great performance and Liverpool’s celebration twins enjoyed it…

 Liverpool's Sadio Mane celebrates scoring the fourth goal with team-mate Roberto Firminoduring the UEFA Youth League Quarter-Final match between Liverpool FC and Manchester United FC at Prenton Park. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

 Liverpool's scoreboard records the 4-1 victory over West Ham United during the UEFA Youth League Quarter-Final match between Liverpool FC and Manchester United FC at Prenton Park. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Liverpool will return to Anfield next Saturday when they host Rafa Benitez’s Newcastle United in the Premier League.

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Liverpool 4-1 West Ham: Player Ratings

ThisIsAnfield.com - Sat, 24/02/2018 - 20:04

Liverpool romped to a comfortable 4-1 win over West Ham on Saturday, with the majestic front three once again stealing the headlines.


Loris Karius (out of 10) – 7

It was a relatively quiet afternoon for Karius, who was afforded the luxury of watching Liverpool dominate much of the game.

Two good saves denied Marko Arnautovic in the first-half, however, and he is cutting a more authoritative figure with each week that passes.

His much-improved run of form carries on.

 Liverpool's manager J¸rgen Klopp celebrates the 4-1 victory over West Ham United with Trent Alexander-Arnold after the UEFA Youth League Quarter-Final match between Liverpool FC and Manchester United FC at Prenton Park. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Trent Alexander-Arnold – 8

Preferred to Joe Gomez at right-back, the teenager’s attacking thrust and quality on the ball made him a better option against a defence-minded West Ham side.

Alexander-Arnold made some great bursts down the right flank, delivering several appealing crosses, and there was such maturity to his play.

He really does look a special young talent.

Joel Matip – 6

Matip came back in for Dejan Lovren, but on current evidence, the latter is the better option.

The Cameroonian didn’t do a lot wrong, but he never exuded confidence, and a tame attempt at a tackle led to Arnautovic almost opening the scoring.

A slightly shaky presence.

 Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk during the FA Premier League match between Swansea City FC and Liverpool FC at the Liberty Stadium. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Virgil van Dijk – 7.5

Barring one lapse in concentration right at the beginning of proceedings, Liverpool’s record signing was a class act at the back.

His ability on the ball was there for all to see, while his aerial presence in attack saw one header land into Adrian’s arms.

He will experience tougher days at the office, but he was largely faultless.

Andrew Robertson – 9

What a signing this lad is.

This was another performance full of energy, desire and quality from Robertson, with crisp passing and pace both on display.

Some of his crossing was also excellent, and he never stopped running. The Scot is now Liverpool’s undisputed first-choice left-back.

 Liverpool's Emre Can celebrates scoring the first goal during the UEFA Youth League Quarter-Final match between Liverpool FC and Manchester United FC at Prenton Park. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Emre Can – 7

Having missed the 5-0 win over Porto through suspension, Can sat deep in midfield at the expense of Jordan Henderson.

The German was never at his swashbuckling best, not that he needed to be in a more refined tole, but he contributed both defensively and going forward.

Can struck first at Anfield with a precise header, registering his sixth goal of a strong season – let’s hope it’s not his last on Merseyside.

James Milner – 8

After a Man of the Match showing in Portugal, Milner stood out once again.

The veteran found himself in the wars, going down after reckless tackles from Mark Noble and Pablo Zabaleta, but he didn’t let it affect him in a dynamic outing.

There was nothing too spectacular about Milner, barring one delightful Cruyff turn, but he did what he has made a career out of: being a reliable, intelligent presence.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – 7.5

Oxlade-Chamberlain hasn’t really kicked on after a great game against Man City last month, but he grew in stature as the match progressed on Saturday.

Deployed in a central attacking midfield berth, the Englishman was both neat and tidy when required, but also purposeful when space opened up.

He delivered the corner that Can scored from and found Salah for his goal – his fourth and fifth Premier League assists of the campaign.

 Liverpool's Mohamed Salah celebrates scoring the second goal during the UEFA Youth League Quarter-Final match between Liverpool FC and Manchester United FC at Prenton Park. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Mohamed Salah – 7.5

The Reds’ man of the moment wasn’t at his unplayable best, but that’s not to say he wasn’t a constant menace.

His speed, both in legs and in thought, seemed on another level to any Hammers defender, and he hit the post in just the third minute.

Salah wasn’t to be denied his 31st goal of 2017/18, though, tucking a Tottenham-esque finish past Adrian.

 Liverpool's Sadio Mane celebrates scoring the fourth goal during the UEFA Youth League Quarter-Final match between Liverpool FC and Manchester United FC at Prenton Park. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Sadio Mane – 7

After his Champions League hat-trick last week, Mane cut a more confident figure at Anfield, but he didn’t shine as bright as others.

He linked up well with Robertson down the left, often forming an effective passing triangle with Milner, and although three opportunities went begging, he got his goal to round off the scoring.

Roberto Firmino – 9 (Man of the Match)

Another day, another superb Firmino performance.

So much of Liverpool’s good play came through him, and constant lever touches, unselfish movement and an admirable work ethic were all on show,

He slotted into an empty Kop net to put the hosts 3-0 up, completing a fantastic individual display.

Starting XI Average Rating: 7.59 Substitutes

 Liverpool's Alberto Moreno during the FA Premier League match between Leicester City and Liverpool at the King Power Stadium. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Adam Lallana (on for Firmino, 82′) – n/a

Had one decent effort, but didn’t have long enough to make an impression.

Alberto Moreno (on for Mane, 86′) – n/a

No time to make an impact.

Dominic Solanke (on for Salah, 86′) – n/a

No time to make an impact.

Subs not used: Mignolet, Gomez, Lovren, Henderson

Manager

 Liverpool's manager Jürgen Klopp reacts during the UEFA Youth League Quarter-Final match between Liverpool FC and Manchester United FC at Prenton Park. (Pic by David Rawcliffe/Propaganda)

Jurgen Klopp – 8

This was a routine afternoon for Klopp, who got a top performance out of his team and nailed his team selection.

Using Alexander-Arnold over Gomez was spot on, and Milner’s industry and Oxlade-Chamberlain’s pace were both good additions.

Sometimes, it’s easy to take this world-class manager for granted.

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“Demolition mode”, “Keep this momentum going” – Fans react to Liverpool 4-1 West Ham

ThisIsAnfield.com - Sat, 24/02/2018 - 20:00

Liverpool moved up to second in the Premier League table with a 4-1 victory over David Moyes’ West Ham at Anfield on Saturday afternoon.


Mohammed Salah and Marko Arnautovic both hit the woodwork in an intense opening half before Emre Can headed in Liverpool’s 100th goal of the season from a corner.

It didn’t take long in the second half for Salah to make his mark as he doubled the Reds’ lead in the 51st minute following a great run from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

Roberto Firmino made it 3-0 but West Ham were handed a lifeline when Michail Antonio went through on goal to score for West Ham just seconds afterwards.

Sadio Mane hit the post but scored moments later following an inch-perfect cross from Andy Robertson as Liverpool went on to win 4-1.

Here are all the reactions from supporters on social media…

Fans were pleased with Robertson and Alexander-Arnold’s impact…

Robertson and Alexander-Arnold providing a real threat down the flanks for Liverpool thus far. Bags of energy coupled with incisive deliveries.

— Leanne Prescott (@_lfcleanne) February 24, 2018

Andy Robertson is such a great signing. Klopp's bought a hell of a player there.

— Henry Jackson (@HenryJackson87) February 24, 2018

Robertson being deadly with those balls into the box. Absolutely love him!

— LFC Boston (@LFCBoston) February 24, 2018

Oxlade-Chamberlain received praise for his assist for Salah’s goal but it was all about Firmino’s no-look finish…

Very good performance from @LFC & the front 3 scored AGAIN! Thought OX & Robbo were ?? #LIVWHU

— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) February 24, 2018

Amazing work from Oxlade-Chamberlain

— Neil (@Neil_LFC) February 24, 2018

CHAMBOOO. Half bambi on ice, half poetry in motion.

— ElCaxo (@CallumAJH) February 24, 2018

Another no-look finish from Bobby. ?

— Jack Lusby (@jacklusby_) February 24, 2018

Bobby Firmino doing Bobby Firmino things. Another no look finish.

— Sam McGuire (@SamMcGuire90) February 24, 2018

Roberto Firmino is looking better by the game. Yet another no-look finish today. No wonder he's a fan favourite. What a character. #LFC

— David Comerford ??? (@Dave_Comerford) February 24, 2018

Mane cutting and pasting Firmino's celebration like an award-winning LFC news account.

— NTX (@NTXabi) February 24, 2018

And at full-time supporters were delighted with another comfortable win…

Imagine not wanting to be part of their gang. pic.twitter.com/MjQSLcHIVp

— Sam McGuire (@SamMcGuire90) February 24, 2018

Pogba – goal scored in all competitions: 3
Firmino – goals scored without looking: 3

— Dinesh Kumar (@DHardayal) February 24, 2018

Not even Lallana’s terrible new haircut can take the shine off that performance. Outstanding.

— The Liverpool Way (@theliverpoolway) February 24, 2018

Andy Robertson is an unbelievable signing.

— Adam Rowe (@adamrowecomedy) February 24, 2018

Cracking result, we go forward?? #lfc

— Anfield Magic (@AnfieldMagic) February 24, 2018

Good and very, very important victory today. Thought Karius was good, again, as was our entire front 3. Nice to see Ox with an assist – and a fairly good one too. 31 goals for Salah this season, I have finally run out of ways to describe just how much of a phenomenon he has been.

— Dharma Bhagalia (@Kloppholic) February 24, 2018

“Give Mane, Salah & Firmino lifetime contracts. Pay them all whatever they want. I don’t care how just do it!”

Imran Khan on Facebook.

Very good performance. We were at it from the off. Got the goals. Should've been more – way more. Robertson was excellent today. Second in the league. All the front 3 on the score sheet. Now I can just relax as the chasing pack feel the pressure.

BUZZIN'!#LFC #YNWA #LIVWHU

— ? Backseat Liver FC ? (@BackseatLiverFC) February 24, 2018

Important win for us today with the Mancs & rent boys playing tomorrow. Pass the pressure over? #LFC #YNWA

— Shane Scullion (@shaney_bo123) February 24, 2018

“Confirmed, We have the best front 3 in europe.”

foyasing on the forums.

Massive 3 points for #LFC today keeping the pressure on the rest for top four

— Steven Trott (@steven_1983) February 24, 2018

“Great performance. Second in the table. Can enjoy the manure game tommorow. Hopefully conte can teach them a lesson.”

Kusanagi on the forums.

This was such an important win ahgainst a team that came to purely defend as well as when Chelasea are playing United. #LFC

— George Photiou (@Fotakis85) February 24, 2018

Great result, completely controlled the game, well done redmen ??? #LFC #YNWA #JFT96

— ??EmmaAldousLFC?? (@Shortnsweet1000) February 24, 2018

“Liverpool in their typical demolition mode. Could of been more as always .Robertson is been a steal at 8M while city paid 52 for Mendy.”

Russle Liverpool nyc on Facebook.

No complaints or criticisms from me today. Great result. Lot of possession, chances & no injuries. Keep this momentum going. #LFC

— Sham (@LFC_RedBlooded) February 24, 2018

It's beginning to look a bit rosey!! #LFC These great performances and wins just keep coming ???? long may they continue #mightyreds

— Brown Eyed Girl (@loltom29) February 24, 2018

“That was class. Easily could have been 7-1.”

Pandle on the forums.

Race for the top four. A good win for Liverpool today, but this weekend's big match is tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/GR28rRCaGO

— Andrew Beasley (@BassTunedToRed) February 24, 2018

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Match report: Reds rise to second with rout of West Ham

LiverpoolFC TV - Sat, 24/02/2018 - 19:50
Liverpool climbed to second in the Premier League as goals from Emre Can, Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane secured a 4-1 win over West Ham United.
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Match report: Reds rise to second with rout of West Ham

LiverpoolFC.TV - Sat, 24/02/2018 - 19:50

Liverpool climbed to second in the Premier League as goals from Emre Can, Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane secured a 4-1 win over West Ham United.

Jürgen Klopp’s side returned to action after a 10-day break with a solid performance at Anfield, taking control of the game once the deadlock was broken on the half-hour.

That came from Can, who headed in Salah’s corner, and the Egyptian bagged his customary goal six minutes into the second half to provide a cushion for the Reds.

Firmino and Mane added their names to the scoresheet, with the only frustration Liverpool’s failure to keep a clean sheet – Hammers substitute Michail Antonio claimed a consolation.

The key points…

  • Can header put the Reds in front before half-hour mark
  • Salah’s 31st of the season doubled lead early in second period
  • Firmino and Mane netted, too, as Liverpool rose to second despite Antonio strike

The team news…

Klopp made three changes to his starting XI, 10 days on from the 5-0 win at FC Porto, with Can, Joel Matip and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain brought into the side.

Danny Ings and Georginio Wijnaldum were absent due to illness.

The first half...

On a bitterly cold afternoon at Anfield, both sides got right to it.

With only three minutes on the clock, James Milner threaded a pass in behind to Firmino and from the left channel the Brazilian picked out a pull-back to Salah at the edge of the box.

The No.11 aimed a low effort towards the far corner and it seemed on course for the inside of the post as it bobbled – but instead bounced back off the woodwork and out.

Virgil van Dijk met a corner with a header that was directed straight at Adrian, before Loris Karius produced a crucial fingertip save at the other end.

Marko Arnautovic scooped up a long pass that was flicked on, drove diagonally into space past Matip and clipped a delicate dink across the Reds goalkeeper, whose touch diverted the ball onto the crossbar.

Pablo Zabaleta dragged a presentable shooting opportunity wide of Karius’ post while Adrian batted away mishit crosses from Andy Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold.

But the West Ham stopper was beaten on 29 minutes.

Salah’s corner into the area from the right flank reached Can in the vicinity of the back post and the midfielder’s nod at goal nestled in the bottom corner. It was Liverpool’s 100th of the season.

The Germany international swept a curler wide moments later and Salah headed too high from Robertson’s excellent cross from left to right. Arnautovic drew a diving save from Karius with a long-distance punt, too.

The second half...

The frequency of chances continued after the interval and only six minutes of the second period had elapsed when Salah found the net at the Kop end.

He was indebted to Oxlade-Chamberlain’s persistence in midfield, the Englishman holding off a succession of heavy challenges to force the ball into the area, but his finish – slid across Adrian – was typically cool.

The Reds sensed an opportunity to pounce and Firmino joined the scoring when West Ham surrendered possession carelessly in the centre of the pitch.

Can lofted a pass over to the 26-year-old in the left channel and, having moved around the outrushing ‘keeper, there was time and space for a no-look finish into an empty net.

David Moyes’ team struck back within two minutes. Cheikhou Kouyate was strong in the tackle and spread an inviting assist into Antonio for the substitute to side-foot a shot beyond Karius.

Adrian denied Liverpool with a series of smart stops and Mane hit the outside of the post, but the Senegalese forward eventually grabbed his goal.

Firmino fed the supporting Robertson on the left wing and the Scot’s measured, rolled cross into the middle was perfect for the No.19 to lift into the net and cap a fine afternoon that concluded with Klopp’s men in second place.

The stats...

The table...

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Photo gallery: Clinical Liverpool put four past West Ham

LiverpoolFC TV - Sat, 24/02/2018 - 19:49
A comprehensive 4-1 victory over West Ham United at Anfield lifted Liverpool into second place in the Premier League on Saturday.
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Photo gallery: Clinical Liverpool put four past West Ham

LiverpoolFC.TV - Sat, 24/02/2018 - 19:49

A comprehensive 4-1 victory over West Ham United at Anfield lifted Liverpool into second place in the Premier League on Saturday.

Emre Can nodded in the Reds' 100th goal of the season to give them the lead on the half-hour mark and Mohamed Salah took his personal tally for the campaign to 31 with an ice-cool finish at the Kop end five minutes into the second half.

Roberto Firmino added a third almost immediately before Michail Antonio pulled one back for the Hammers.

But Sadio Mane had the final say, dinking home in the 77th minute to put the gloss on a win that puts Jürgen Klopp's team one point above Manchester United ahead of their meeting with Chelsea on Sunday.

Check out the story of the game in pictorial form below...

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Youthful U18s claim timely victory over Wolves

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Liverpool U18s returned to winning ways in the league with a 2-1 victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Academy.
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