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Incredible stats shows Jurgen Klopp has Liverpool mentality monsters back for Premier League title charge

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Jurgen Klopp has already recreated his Liverpool mentality monsters following their dramatic victory over Fulham.

The Reds came from behind in the seven-goal thriller at Anfield to secure a 4-3 win and snatch all three points on Saturday.


Klopp watched on as his side came from behind to win 4-3 at Anfield against FulhamCredit: AFP

Trent Alexander-Arnold unleashed an unstoppable freekick to put Liverpool 1-0 ahead, before Harry Wilson levelled against his former club.

Klopp's side then retook the lead following a sublime Alex Mac Allister strike before being pegged back by Kenny Tete on the stroke of halftime.

Marco Silva's team then stunned Anfield, as Fulham star Bobby Cordova-Reid netted against the team he supports.

Though the drama did not stop there, substitute Wataru Endo found the top corner of Bernd Leno's goal to score his first goal for the Reds and make it 3-3.

Alexander-Arnold then had the final say, coming up trumps and firing home a stunning half-volley into the bottom corner as Liverpool turned the game on its head.

Klopp previously described his stars as 'mentality monsters' after their 2022 FA Cup final triumph over Chelsea.

Such a phrase has stuck with the Reds ever since, and it seems as though he has recreated it once again.

That is because the Reds have gained the most points from losing positions in the Premier League this season, with a total of 15.

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Alexander-Arnold sealed the comeback win on Saturday in front of the KopCredit: AFP

The mentality monsters have been showing signs of life on more than one occasion, notably against Manchester City when they came from behind to earn a point.

Klopp's side previously fought back to beat West Ham and Bournemouth at home, and were also losing to Wolves away, before winning 2-1.

However, they will have to keep up the show of character to catch Newcastle's record - the Magpies won 34 points from losing positions int the 2001/02 season, though Klopp will no doubt drill it into his players not to give away goals!


The Reds have come from behind 15 times in losing positions, more than any other side this seasonCredit: Getty

Former Liverpool captain Graeme Souness is under no illusion this is title winning form.

"When you watch Liverpool, you get excited," he told talkSPORT.

"I think even Man City at their very best, they are a little bit slower build up, Liverpool have two passes, and they are having an effort on goal.

"This Liverpool team has goal scorers; they will get goals, and that makes you dangerous."

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