Liverpool kept up their 100 per cent winning start to this season, grinding their way to an ugly 2-1 win at Leicester City.
Trips to the King Power Stadium are never particularly easy affairs, so earning all three points was going to be a tough ask.
It was Andy Robertson who was Liverpool’s liveliest player in the opening exchanges, with his energy down the left flank such an outlet.
The travelling Reds absolutely loved it:
With Klopp’s men rocking a little against their never-say-die opponents, Roberto Firmino registered his first of the campaign with a well-placed header on the stroke of half-time.
Alisson, praised so much for his brilliance with his feet against Brighton, made a horrendous mistake to allow Leicester back into the game, with Rachid Ghezzal eventually profiting.
Klopp cut an increasingly frustrated figure as the minutes ticked by, with his players seemingly incapable of adhering to his instructions.
Liverpool saw the game out in nail-biting fashion, though, with Virgil van Dijk dominant aerially from a last-gasp corner, in which Kasper Schmeichel had gone up for for the hosts.
It is a massive victory for the Reds, who take maximum points into the international break, having recorded 12 points from four games for the first time in the Premier League era.
When they return in a fortnight, it’s a trip to Wembley Stadium to take on an in-form Tottenham side.