Mohamed Salah's first-half strike moved Liverpool top of the Premier League table with a 1-0 victory over a stubborn Brighton side. It is not about who we play but about how we play.
Early in the second half Anthony Knockaert sliced wide as Brighton went in search of an equaliser, while Alisson had to be at his best to keep out substitute Pascal Gross' header.
"We conceded a very poor goal and you have to make sure you stick in the game", he said.
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Gronnemark claims he helped two teams in Denmark add 20 goals to their season's tally between them, so by that logic Liverpool could add around 10.
Hughton was pleased with his side's response to going a goal down at Anfield. They nearly had a way back into the match four minutes after the restart when Naby Keita was caught in midfield but Anthony Knockaert slipped as he shot and his effort was no trouble for Alisson in the Liverpool goal. "But I thought we had chances of our own".
He said: "They are just a very good team and I really respect a lot what Chris is doing there".
"We were good on the ball and had some really good moments".
Of course I think he's happy when we play good, play well and win games, but he is always also busy with "be aware that things can change if you don't give 100 per cent, if you are not concentrated, if you are not playing angry", because every game, in the Premier League especially, is a fight.We didn't show the same patience and it was a more open game and there was absolutely no need for that.