The Merseyside club have maintained their 100 per cent start to the season, most recently beating Leicester City 2-1 to keep their ideal campaign going.
"I don't think it is a bad start, it is a very bad start", manager Manuel Pellegrini said.
"It wasn't a good pass but I could have just kicked it long". Everyone analyses the games. "I made a mistake reading the play". We learn from it. But it's part of my game, I won't be arrogant of saying that I will keep doing this. Unfortunately, today it caused that goal. "For us now it's not important to think of matchday four, it's important to think of the next match", Sarri said.
"In the Premier League it's not the kind of contact that results in a foul".
Sadio Mane gave the Reds the lead on 10 minutes - staying with the play as Harry Maguire's attempted interception hit his shin, before poking the ball past the onrushing goalkeeper for his fourth goal in as many games. If Alisson would have cleared it with his first touch, everything would have been fine, but for some reason, he didn't.
The 24-year-old made 46 appearances for Monaco last season, scoring eight goals and assisting in a further five strikes.
"I told him the best game to do it was this one because we won it".
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Meanwhile Alisson, who conceded his first goal for Liverpool, seemed to have learnt his lesson, promising their will be no repeats.
"It's only a positive that he's such a good footballer", he added. "He's not the solution for us, he's an option", Klopp said. "He could even play".
"No goalkeeper in the world should dribble in that situation but he did it but it's all OK".
"He was cool after when the crowd tried to make him a bit nervous, which is of course normal. Football is a game where a lot of mistakes happen over 90 minutes".
"The reaction was brilliant. I just have to make sure that doesn't happen again".
"[Against Leicester] we started off really well, I thought first 20 minutes they couldn't quite deal with us and we could have probably been two or three up then".
Instead of focussing on Alisson's error, Robertson wants to highlight the Brazilian's crucial interventions that have helped maintain Liverpool's 100-percent win record.