West Ham full-back Pablo Zabaleta has heaped praise on the Liverpool attacking trio of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane, who he believes are always hard to play against. "I'm happy, of course, when I can score and help the team", the 23-year-old midfielder told the club's official website. It just shows his hunger to win.
"He's a very special player".
"I think that is a really important thing, to be playing against high-quality players in training and luckily with Liverpool we have that".
Jesus and Aguero shared striking duties before the Brazilian's knee injury, and although the latter scored nine goals in six games without Jesus as an option, he may find himself being rotated to allow both players time on the pitch.
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But Emery has provided a welcome injury boost for the French giants, claiming Neymar could yet be fit to face Los Blancos. The news will come as a huge blow to PSG as they have it all to do in the second leg having lost at the Bernabeu 3-1.
That trio of Salah, Firmino and Mane all got on the score sheet, as did Emre Can, but it was Robertson that impressed the most on Saturday. They don't give a point of reference, they are so mobile.
"Now we know so much about each other, now we like each other, now we have better times with each other in private and on the football pitch".
At one point, unsurprisingly for Liverpool, their ultra-offensive style caught them out when Can dallied on the ball and Michail Antonio broke down the Hammers' right before slotting in at the far post to get West Ham back in it at 3-1. "Now we need to stay angry with the rest of the world, we need to stay aggressive", Klopp said.
West Ham started brightly and hit the bar through Marko Arnautovic in the early stages but were ultimately well beaten.