Reasons Why Liverpool Beat Brighton & Hove Albion


"We didn't concede a goal, nothing negative about that".

Jurgen Klopp's team is looking to continue their ideal start to the season by adding a third consecutive win on Saturday afternoon when they host Brighton.

Chris Hughton's side beat Manchester United last time out and Klopp knows his side will have to be right on it to get their third victory of the new campaign.

"He's been brilliant since he came in", Robertson told Liverpool's official website, with Alisson's footwork - most notably an impudent dink over Brighton forward Anthony Knockaert - having also caught the eye.

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This is certainly a game Liverpool will be expected to win, although there are no easy games in the Premier League anymore and the players won't be able to take anything for granted. "I'm very happy so far and hopefully it stays like this".

Brighton were caught out for Liverpool's victor as James Milner robbed Yves Bissouma of possession 15 yards outside his own area.

"We conceded a very poor goal and you have to make sure you stick in the game", he said.

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

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But Mohamed Salah's 23rd-minute strike following Yves Bissouma's error proved decisive, with Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson saving superbly from Pascal Gross late on.

"Over 90 minutes you know they'll have chances, we had chances as well". Today we were probably a wee bit sloppy, the passes weren't quite flowing as much, but we still created a lot of chances and on another day it could've been three or four. "These things happen. You have to learn from it and get stronger in the game and that we did".

"It's not only the Man United game, but even in that game - and we've used it for our analysis - it was impressive, really good".

The Mali midfielder was dispossessed by James Milner and Mo Salah slotted his 29th goal in 29 Premier League games at Anfield with clinical precision.

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