With missed the point in a second continuous game and appellation challenge enduring a wobble, Liverpool Manager Jürgen Klopp is keen to transmit serenity.
All things considered, Liverpool is as yet best of the English Premier League by 3 points, in spite of being held by West Ham to a 1-1 draw on Monday after additionally tying with Leicester in the past diversion.
“We lost one match in the whole season,” Klopp pointed out. “So the team is well.”
Be that as it may, Manchester City can topple Liverpool from best spot by beating Everton on Wednesday, though just on objective contrast and by having played an amusement more than Liverpool.
Yet, Klopp could tell the gathering of people in the news meeting wasn’t exactly persuaded by the presentation at the Olympic Stadium or Liverpool’s capacity to support the test to end the group’s 29-year English title dry season.
“I have seen your faces,” Klopp said. “You look a bit sorry for us. We are all fine.”
Be that as it may, a Liverpool side without much assaulting energy relied on the official missing a reasonable offside — and having no entrance to video survey — to score its solitary objective in east London.
James Milner could get the ball in an offside position down the correct flank from Adam Lallana before intersection to Sadio Mane to score on the turn in the 22nd moment.
The chance lead was followed under six minutes when Felipe Anderson sent the ball down the directly to Michail Antonio, who struck it past the static goalkeeper, Alisson.
“We terrified them,” said Mark Noble, chief of eleventh place West Ham
Klopp, inevitably, countered the notion: “They didn’t fear us.”