Published: Sat, December 01, 2018
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Everton at their strongest in my tenure, warns Klopp

Everton at their strongest in my tenure, warns Klopp

The defender would go on to join Barcelona for the following two seasons, while Salah would move to Liverpool in the summer of 2017 and have a record-setting debut season at Anfield.

It was a rather frustrating night for the Premier League outfit, as they struggled to put anything of real note together at the Parc des Princes.

Iceland global Sigurdsson scored the winning goal as Everton overcame promoted Cardiff City 1-0 last Saturday to extend their unbeaten league run to three games and climb to sixth in the table on 22 points.

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp insists Fabinho and Naby Keita can handle the atmosphere of the derby against Everton. We have to play without Hendo, that's all it is.

"It's football. We play well against great teams and I think it's big game this weekend and we do the same like always".

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"When everything is brilliant and we score goals, you always ask about defending and how we can fix that". It would be in all leagues in Europe a European team, I am sure. Why should I think about that. No, I don't see any problems in midfield'.

Adam Lallana was due to resume training on Thursday after recovering from a muscle injury but the midfielder is unlikely to be risked against Everton while Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is obviously still out as he continues his rehabilitation from knee surgery.

"We were not happy with what we did, or what they did".

"The moment you sign a contract for Liverpool, you know that you understand 100 percent the responsibility for these games. Past is past, we can do nothing to change the past but we can work well in our present to make well the future".

"We want to play against them week by week and be competitive". I'm hoping they're firing on all cylinders.

That means Walcott must be on top of his game defensively - putting in a much improved shift than his Old Trafford effort last month - otherwise Marco Silva's side will be overrun. Of course they were important but they were different games in the past, when it was clear Everton will be very passive, would try to stay deep and all that stuff.

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