Alexander-Arnold put Liverpool's firmly in the ascendancy with 14 minutes to go, curling a fantastic 25-yard set piece out of Foster's reach for his first Premier League goal of the year, before Henderson was sent off for a second yellow card late on. "I don't agree with that but it's a free world and he can say anything he wants".
"We all expect these boys to be finished in their development pretty early in their life".
"The keeper coming in has given everyone a real confidence boost".
"We are happy to come away with the three points".
"It shows a bit of the change the club made in the last few years".
Mane, who has scored six league goals this season, signed a new contract with the Anfield club on Thursday, following in the footsteps of his fellow attackers Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino who agreed long term deals in the previous year.More news: Stores fighting for Black Friday sales aim for convenience
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"Now our boys obviously think they can make the next step here".
But Liverpool is still looking to bolster their front line as Jurgen Klopp wants to push for major honors at Merseyside.
The Brazil global, who has played eight times for Liverpool following his move from Monaco, has been linked with a return to France at Paris Saint-Germain.
"They've been good. They play good football, are lively, and well organised. with a good game-plan", the German added. He played, he did well. For most of the game the visitors lacked spark but they illuminated proceedings with a brilliant move in the 67th minute that culminated in Mo Salah opening the scoring. Outstanding. The goal difference is really good. Of course he won't leave. "In this moment, I am happy because I can feel the club is in the same way as me with the same ambition and I am happy to extend my contract". That would be completely insane - he doesn't want to, it's only the insane world out there that people, if they don't play in the last five games, immediately open kind of a transfer market. "Insane world - if players don't play the last five games they [the media] open the transfer market but we are not involved in that". "We are not involved in that".
The striker has asked for more time to respond to an FA charge for alleged betting irregularities.