Liverpool F.C. has been magnificent since the last two seasons. Plenty of talks are going on about the uprise of the team which has been an ordinary one before the MASTER MIND – Jurgon Klopp took the charge.
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The team has an aggressive and attacking style of play. The front three, Mohammad Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane has been phenomenal throughout the season. The chemistry among them is exquisite and they haunt the defenders like a pack of hounds against a herd of lambs. Not only the attacking line is fiercing, the two center backs – Virgil Van Dijk and Joe Gomez act like the great wall of China and barely concede any goal even against top opponents.
Virgil Van Dijk was the one of the top ranked defenders in the year 2019. He was nominated for the 2019 Ballon D’or and finished runner-up as Lionel Messi Claimed the award for the record 6th time.
The right back Trent Alexander Arnold is regarded as one of the very best in the business. His famous assist against Barcelona in Champions League was the most lauded one when he quickly took the corner kick and Divock Origi did the rest. The style of play has changed quite dramatically. Sadio Mane’s pace urged the need of a Poacher that would help him.
After the arrival of Mohammad Salah, the team was more in control and directed. The “DARK HORSE” of the team, Roberto Firmino has been a silent warrior throughout the campaign.
The Brazilian Forward has 8 goals and 7 assists to his name in the 25 matches so far in Premier League. His link up with both Salah and Sadio Mane is treat to watch. On the other hand, Mohammad Salah has scored 14 goals in just 22 games in the premier League this season. This is sensational stuff from the Great Egyptian, isn’t it?
The squad has now adapted to a possession-driven approach and has a solid comprehension of gegenpressing system. The team is dominating the League so far occupying the top spot and haven’t lost a single game till yet. The Kopites (Liverpool Fans)give all the credit to one man and call this as the KLOPP effect.
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