Champions League: Jurgen Klopp outwits Pep Guardiola again; Liverpool sizzle in attack, defend doggedly to beat Manchester City
It wasn't simply in attack; it was also Liverpool's dogged defending in the second half after losing Salah to an injury, as they improvised against everything Manchester City threw at them
"We respect Porto too much and the competition too much that we would think about real rotation," said Klopp, who has rotated his side more than any other Premier League manager this season
FA Cup: Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana suffers injury setback ahead of West Bromwich Albion clash
Liverpool's Adam Lallana will miss the FA Cup tie with Premier League rivals West Bromwich Albion at Anfield on Saturday.
FA Cup: Liverpool debutant Virgil van Dijk scores late winner against Everton in heated Merseyside derby
Virgil van Dijk scored a dramatic late winner on his debut as Liverpool clinched a 2-1 victory over Everton in a heated Merseyside derby FA Cup tie at Anfield.
Premier League: Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson to miss Swansea City clash due to hamstring injury
Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson will miss Tuesday’s Premier League game against Swansea City due to a hamstring injury, manager Jurgen Klopp has said.
Premier League: Jurgen Klopp feels Liverpool controlled the game against Arsenal and should have scored four goals
Given it was such a dramatic evening, it was no surprise the always emotional Klopp lost his cool on the touchline.
Arsenal have been engulfed in their own label of mediocrity for years now, while Liverpool, for all their creative guile, simply epitomise a lopsided attack.
Fourth placed Liverpool remain one point above fifth placed Arsenal after a Christmas cracker that underlined the qualities and problems with two teams who harboured title ambitions in August, but now trail way behind runaway leaders Manchester City.
Premier League: Liverpool's fit-again Adam Lallana in line for first appearance of season in Southampton clash
Liverpool look likely to have a full set of attacking options for the first time this season when they face Southampton at Anfield on Saturday.
Liverpool were rewarded for their patience as they eventually overcame some resilient defending from Slovenia’s Maribor to win 3-0 at Anfield in their Champions League Group E match.
After goalkeeper Simon Mignolet had saved a first-half penalty, 18-year-old defender Trent Alexander-Arnold curled in a free-kick to give Liverpool the lead.
Considering Liverpool’s track record of falling apart after one good season, a top-four finish in the league along with a deep run in the Champions League should be sufficient for this season to be filed under ‘progress’.
Everton's Wayne Rooney, Arsenal's Alexandre Lacazette score on debut; round-up of pre-season friendlies
Here are some of the photo highlights from the pre-season friendlies featuring Arsenal, Liverpool and Everton
In the larger scheme of things, the 2016-17 Premier League season showed progress for Liverpool even if it did fall well short of the soaring expectations the side had managed to set early on.
Liverpool must win their remaining two Premier League games to make sure of a spot in next season's Champions League, said left back James Milner.
Premier League: Liverpool fail to consolidate Champions League spot with goalless draw against Southampton
Liverpool's James Milner missed a penalty as his side wasted a chance to bolster their bid to qualify for the Champions League in an uninspiring 0-0 draw with Southampton on Sunday.
Pep Guardiola’s problems mounted as Manchester City were held to a 1-1 draw by Liverpool, while Tottenham beat Southampton 2-1 to keep in touch with leaders Chelsea.
Premier League: Adam Lallana admits Liverpool lack 'wining experience', says they should learn from Chelsea
Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana believes his side can learn from Premier League leaders Chelsea and put a miserable start to 2017 behind them.
Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet went from zero to hero as Premier League leaders Chelsea were held to a 1-1 draw at Anfield, while Arsenal's title challenge was torpedoed by Watford's shock 2-1 win on Tuesday.
Former Liverpool great Alan Kennedy believes manager Juergen Klopp has a transformative ability to bring the best out of any player.