Jurgen Klopp has discussed his favourite Liverpool goal of the season so far, selecting a top three of excellent strikes.
Littered with excellent efforts, Liverpool’s performances have been must-watch under Klopp, and the German’s reception in the technical area has reflected that.
But when asked which of this season’s goals was the best so far, Klopp found himself at odds with choosing a No. 1.
“There have been a lot of nice goals [so far this season],” he explained.
“Sadio’s goal at Arsenal was not too bad, especially when I saw it after the game when I saw the movement he made to go between two players—it was really nice.
“I love all of them—I don’t want to decide, I love all of them and hopefully there are a lot [more] to come.”
Averaging 2.5 goals per game so far this season, Liverpool are proving great value for money for supporters and neutrals alike.
That Klopp highlighted Sturridge’s movement in the buildup to Firmino’s strike against Leicester City in September’s 4-1 victory at the redeveloped Anfield is perhaps most important, however.
This will, of course, require more goals, and Klopp is expecting the Reds to better their previous efforts on their way to glory this season.