Alexander-Arnold: Watford win shows our confidence

Did Mo Salah mock Ramos with goal celebration

Did Mo Salah mock Ramos with goal celebration

Jurgen Klopp saluted Liverpool's record breakers after a 3-0 win at Watford extended their unbeaten run.

"I think they were both yellow cards", he said.

With Liverpool 1-0 up and the game finely balanced, the 20-year-old took control of a 76th-minute free-kick and curled a sublime 25-yard finish past the excellent Ben Foster to give the Reds breathing space.

The Hornets have picked up seven points over their last four games.

The goals all came after the break, with Mohamed Salah opening the scoring, Trent Alexander-Arnold netting a stunning free-kick and Roberto Firmino sealing the three points late on. On the other side, we had to stay stubborn as well, we had to pass, to be patient but stay lively and accelerate.

Spain centre-back Ramos enraged Liverpool with his actions in last season's Champions League final, including a challenge that left Salah lacking full fitness for Egypt's World Cup campaign. It was not that clear that we controlled the games, but we controlled [this game].

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The result was slightly marred after skipper Jordan Henderson was sent off for two tactical fouls in the second-half. It's just exactly how it had be in our situation because we have to win football games week in, week out. I'm not sure we had the ball in the past as much as we had here as they have been much more open games.

"Things like this happen when you play in a defensive midfield situation".

"So now he misses the Everton game. That's how it is".

"The last two games we have been unlucky with some decisions but I prefer to always support referees and if I don't say anything about their work in these two games I will not do it for the rest of the season", said the Spaniard.

"Coming back after an global break and playing a team who only had three or four players away I think, meaning they could train properly - we could only train Wednesday and Thursday - and to play against such an organised team is hard".

"In the first half we found it quite tough but we managed to keep them out and we knew if we kept going we would get a good chance at goal ourselves".

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