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Klopp ´completely happy´ as Liverpool battle to win over Palace

Klopp ´completely happy´ as Liverpool battle to win over Palace

It was the latter where they potentially felt it most when carbon copy scenarios of his free kick on the final day of last season against Middlesbrough had beckoned. But his performance may put him ahead of Alberto Moreno in the left-back pecking order.

"I think it's how football is: he's not more important than the other players but you need the finisher, the player for the decisive moments".

"I don't like to lie but it is not always easy for me to say the 100% truth in this matter, but right now there is no news from me because no one has told me any different from the last time we spoke about this".

For 73 minutes, Coutinho's absence made the heart grow fonder among the 50,000 Liverpool supporters inside Anfield, who were contemplating whether it would be a case of deja vu this season after a frustrating opening draw at Watford.

Wilfried Zaha misses out for Palace with a knee injury while Liverpool are without Barcelona transfer target Philippe Coutinho once again due to a back injury.

"I just don't understand the numbers for some of the clubs being quoted for what they are spending - and how you can make that fit over the period of financial fair play".

"I did tire towards the end but it was my first 90 minutes since May", Robertson explained, as quoted by the Liverpool Echo.

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Robertson had a hand in the goal, exchanging passes with Mane before Palace's Luka Milivojevic made a hash of controlling an interception and the Senegal worldwide pounced on the loose ball.

Liverpool were also grateful to former striker Christian Benteke, who blazed over when presented with Palace's best chance of the match.

"I said to them if they play with this kind of intensity and discipline the results will come".

"It's brilliant when you get the ball and you look up and you've got Sadio, Roberto, Studge in the first half and Mo came on with big Dom - it's great to have the options", Robertson said.

Liverpool looked far more solid against Palace in their 1-0 win on Saturday afternoon, albeit against a weak attack spearheaded by Christian Benteke, and Klopp believes that his backline deserve more credit.

"[Missing] a player like him is really hard, so [it was] a good game from him".