Jurgen Klopp hopes Liverpool can challenge in the Premier League

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The decision to sign Alisson from Roma for a then world-record £65 million in July brought an end to the tenure of another No. 1 at Anfield.

"That's what Liverpool have to do too, but I think they're a centre-half short of winning it".

Some last-ditch defending prevented Liverpool from regaining their two-goal cushion on the stroke of half time, with Sirigu thwarting Wijnaldum after the midfielder had made another run beyond the Liverpool attack, and Alex Berenguer cleared Alexander-Arnold's follow-up off the line. "I really liked his pre-season, it was really strong and proved a lot and that was cool".

Mane can become the first Liverpool player to score in three consecutive opening top-flight matches since John Barnes between 1989 and 1991.

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Loris Karius was a figure of fun for the majority the summer having made two horrendous mistakes in the Champions League final, which gave the European Cup to Real Madrid for the third consecutive season.

"It's so easy. All the people in the pubs think they know and understand football 100 per cent".

"That's not to say the guy they have signed is a great goalkeeper". They have no clue about goalkeeper techniques and all that stuff. "It was a really big gesture".

"I just don't see United getting closer to City".

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Carragher also praised how Chelsea operate in the transfer market, despite the Stamford Bridge constantly chopping and changing their managers. There's not any reason for criticism.

"Last season, they had one of the worst defences in the Premier League, so this year we will try and be balanced while always thinking that we want to score one goal more than the opposition".

"For sure, that's not the case".

"Now we have found a solution that everyone is happy with - a fantastic goalkeeper. He was very comfortable on the ball five minutes in and it meant we could show for it and he was starting most of our play, so it was a very good performance from him".

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