Mauricio Pochettino's in-depth response when asked about Michel Vorm's display for Tottenham


Roberto Firmino suffered a graphic eye injury during Liverpool's latest Premier League win over Tottenham at Wembley.

"I want to say that Liverpool deserved the victory but if you analyse the game, there are some key moments like the goal that we conceded".

He wrote: "I didn't have a particular problem with Mauricio Pochettino trying something different and setting up with a midfield diamond on Saturday".

"I just waited. The way he handles his players when they're not playing is crucial - just that little pat on the back". I am long enough now in this business to know nobody will play the flawless season. This mature display marked them out as the most likely challengers to champions Manchester City.

And Alexander-Arnold, 19, describes the 3-0 win in the first leg at Anfield as "probably the best night I have had as a footballer". So we carry on, ' the Reds boss said.

Earlier in the week Gary Neville had suggested that Liverpool should sacrifice their Champions League ambitions in order to focus on their Premier League campaign, but Morrison disagreed.

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"I'm really happy and proud about the performance because the boys came back [from global duty] only on Wednesday and Thursday", Klopp said. We need to improve a lot.

PSG launch a testing run of six fixtures that includes games against Manchester City and Chelsea but given their dismantling of Tottenham, Liverpool will enter an important phase with confidence. A game is a game, it's not really a statement.

Are Pochettino and Spurs in crisis, can Tottenham make top 4? Fair enough. It hinted at showing 's side too much respect, but managers are entitled to try to solve problems their way.

Klopp's side were imperious going forward but a combination of poor finishing and selfish play stopped them from adding to their tally.

"Of course now to win against Liverpool can change the mood and change the perception and everything but still if you win, after you win against Brighton".

When Klopp succeeded the sacked Brendan Rodgers, following a sabbatical after his time as Borussia Dortmund coach, Liverpool were 10th in the Premier League and the momentum that nearly carried them to the title in 2014 was lost.