Liverpool vs Brighton: Jurgen Klopp drops hint about Fabinho ahead of clash

Sheila Mcguire
August 26, 2018

Speaking to the club's official website, the Dutchman opened up on Klopp's demand that the Reds "stay angry" as they gear up for a Premier League title challenge this season.

Klopp has been ensuring since his arrival at Anfield that the first-team group remain grounded, with bigger tests awaiting them in the future. "They were of course against Manchester United at home and Liverpool away, so it's not a bad thing to be good in those games".

"We've had two very hard games and we've come out with a lot of credit".

Liverpool face Brighton today looking to maintain their ideal start to the new season.

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Every team wants to win a game, every team is trying to score and make it as hard as possible for you to score a goal and to play your game.

"You have to learn from it, but it is a soft goal".

Brighton went close to pulling themselves level in the 89th minute but goalkeeper Alisson Becker produced a good save to keep out Pascal Gross' header.

"I have a lot of respect for it and we are warned". Well, according to the Mirror, the Reds are now trialling a "specialist throw-ins coach" - no, seriously - to add even more goals to their game.

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"He's a real presence at the back, you can see him coming out for corners and crosses and you've seen his wee chip got applause from the crowd, but I'm not sure if the gaffer wants to see that too many times".

"Besiktas have a good team who have a good chance to win the league and they now have a really good goalkeeper and I am really happy for him".

"Mo will get those chances and he will take them, and the front three are always going to create problems", Liverpool midfielder James Milner told broadcaster BT Sport.

"At 1-0 down, you expect Liverpool to push on, especially going into their favourite end of the ground, but we got stronger as the game went on and played a system that helped us".

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