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An anatomy of the perfect Liverpool goal under Jurgen Klopp

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It was not the most significant goal of Liverpool’s week.

It was not even the most significant goal of Liverpool’s night.

Liverpool’s second goal against Salzburg came from a combination of two men who make their tactics work, who have outstripped every realistic expectation, who, more than anyone else, sum up the relentlessness of their running.

Andy Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold, often twinned in Jurgen Klopp’s gameplan and separated by the width of the pitch as they raid relentlessly, were briefly joined after a goal they had fashioned.

That, surely, was James Milner’s 95th-minute penalty against Leicester which, coupled with Manchester City’s surprise defeat the following day, gave Liverpool an eight-point lead after eight games.

That, without doubt, was Mohamed Salah’s second, the odd goal in seven to ensure RB Salzburg’s remarkable comeback from 3-0 down – Istan Red Bull, as it was dubbed – did not bring a point, if not more.

“Perfect goal,” said Klopp, and it was not a throwaway remark as much as a theory of the coaching staff.
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