Liverpool edged past Brighton with a 1-0 victory at Anfield to maintain their 100 percent winning start to the new campaign.
Klopp shared a nice embrace pre-match with Brighton boss Chris Hughton, who spoke glowingly about the Reds in the buildup to the game.
Klopp named an unchanged team for the third game running and the in-form Reds were lively from the outset, with Roberto Firmino busy in attack.
After a quiet start the deadlock was broken after 23 minutes.
Liverpool continued to dominate, with Gini Wijnaldum particularly impressive in midfield.
Andy Robertson was full of running up and down the left flank.
Chances came and went to kill the game and Brighton pushed all the way for a late equaliser…
But the visitors were denied by a world-class stop from Alisson—a save worthy of every penny of the £65 million paid.
Liverpool held on to claim a third straight win and clean sheet which takes the Reds to the top of the Premier League table—never a bad sight even if it is after three games!
Klopp and his team will be hoping make it four wins from four when the Reds head to Leicester for a lunchtime kickoff next Saturday.