Published: Tue, April 17, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Jurgen Klopp made Sadio Mane transfer decision earlier in the season

Jurgen Klopp made Sadio Mane transfer decision earlier in the season

Jurgen Klopp selected a full-strength XI as his side ran out 3-0 winners on Saturday, but the Anfield boss saw centre-back Lovren limp off late on, with the last-four meetings against Roma looming.

Ray Parlour has told Jurgen Klopp that Liverpool FC need to sign two more players to challenge Manchester City next term.

"We didn't control it, but then we scored a third and game over".

Mane put them a goal ahead after seven minutes while Mohamed Salah nodded beyond Asmir Begovic in the Bournemouth goal to double Liverpool's lead midway through the second half.

'Not long ago he needed a rest after a Premier League game.

"He played one game, had a rest, played another game and had a rest and stuff like that, now he had to deliver and he's delivering".

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"But always, the three points is the most important thing". No mean feat when there have been star performers all over the pitch.

The youngster is absolutely brimming with confidence now and his delivery from the right flank against Bournemouth was fantastic, with the inch flawless pass he dropped on to the head of Salah to make it 2-0 a particular highlight. "I would love if it would be because of a knock, but if it's because of a strain, tear or whatever, I have no clue", Klopp said. Alexander-Arnold even earned a rare ideal 10 after the 3-0 first leg victory over City.

'I really liked Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's performance. "They can not always give the ball to him".

"We played well and created many chances, scored three goals and it was well deserved". Just ask Manchester City.

The anger showed as they got off to the flawless start and looked to close the gap on second-placed Manchester United.

Dave Usher is one of ESPN's Liverpool bloggers and the founder of LFC fanzine and website The Liverpool Way.

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