Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp compares James Milner to wine after Arsenal draw


Liverpool were left "very disappointed" after Saturday's 1-1 draw at Arsenal, with James Milner calling for a "more ruthless" edge ahead of their trip to Red Star.

However, the Senegal global said he was only focused on playing his game and letting his agent take care of the rest. He (Emery) is important.

"So I'm really enthused being a Liverpool fan and being an ex-Liverpool player". The tactical things. You can see that on the pitch. We have great character.

This staggering tally of goals in unbeaten games has stretched a whopping 16 years for five clubs - Liverpool, Man City, Aston Villa, Newcastle, and Leeds - dating back to 2002 when he bagged his first goal for Leeds at the tender age of just 16.

"The only point we picked up was here, 3-3, so we've kind of rectified that a bit in the games that we've played [so far this season]. If you see this game, you can see we are ready for the top four", Xhaka claimed after the 1-1 draw on Saturday evening.

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According to Xhaka, another factor is Lucas Torreira.

Xhaka's emergence under Emery has earned the Swiss worldwide lots of praise this season and suggested the 26-year-old can be a success at Arsenal. He brings good balance between offence and defence.

"I think it's because he's playing week in week out".

When you score it's the best and most important moment in the game - but I also enjoy the small details, individual actions defensively, and offensively,
I want, with each player to continue and hope we can do better.

"If you look at last season, especially away from home against the so-called top six teams, we didn't do well enough".