Liverpool left-back Andrew Robertson believes that Liverpool have got back their spark with their 5-0 drubbing of Watford on Wednesday.

Following two successive draws against Bayern Munich and Manchester United, Liverpool thrashed Watford 5-0 to maintain their place at the top of the table.

Robertson produced a fine performance against Watford, providing two assists. He now has eight assists in the Premier League so far.

The Scotsman said, “Sometimes my passes don’t find people, but I do try and create. It’s good to get two assists but if I get two, I expect Trent to get three – and he’s outshone me again today! Fair play to him. Our delivery was good.

A lot of people have been saying that we lost our spark. You can kind of agree, we had one shot on target against [Manchester] United and it was [Daniel] Sturridge’s shot from 45 yards which trickled into [David] De Gea’s arms.

We didn’t create enough and we have to look at that. But [against Watford] it could have been more than five. Maybe it was the spark that we’ve been needing – maybe it will be the spark that gives the lads the confidence in front of goal again, I’m sure it will.”

Liverpool next play Everton at Goodison Park on Sunday.


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