Published: Mon, November 05, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Jurgen Klopp: James Milner 'is like wine'

Jurgen Klopp: James Milner 'is like wine'

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.

"You've got to be thrown in at some point and it was a real game against a big team that's unbeaten in the last 13 games", Spackman said on LFC TV. The tactical things. You can see that on the pitch.

That being the case, however, Mane refused to bash the referees, saying: "I haven't watched it back and to be honest I'm someone who is not really interested in this kind of thing". They have one from us [the 0-0 draw at Anfield], if they get 89 more I have no influence on that. "If you see this game, you can see we are ready for the top four". We have great character. But by nearly every other measure this was a totally different player to the midfielder who so regularly disappointed in the biggest games under Arsène Wenger.

According to Xhaka, another factor is Lucas Torreira.

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Liverpool continued their record of never losing a game in which Milner scored, and while the summer arrivals of Naby Keïta and Fabinho might have suggested the 32-year-old's days as a regular starter were numbered in the team, he has been among their best players this season. He brings good balance between offence and defence. "The best way to do it is right from the first moment and then you can build on that, but we didn't do it right from the first moment".

"I think Millie should buy all of the newspapers and read this", he said.

Meanwhile, Arsenal legend Lee Dixon felt that the Gunners were the better team against Jurgen Klopp's side on Saturday.

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