Liverpool secured a lucky 3-0 win over Brentford last night.
The Reds beat Brentford 3-0 at Anfield thanks to goals by Fabinho, Ox and Minamino who played a huge part in this game.
Unfortunately, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain suffered an ankle injury in the game.
“It’s extremely uncomfortable to play against Brentford to be honest,” the German said. “They usually play differently but the way they play against us is really difficult.
“There were so many moments where the ball was in the air and the moment it was on the ground we had to start playing football. It was not always fluent but that’s how it is very often – the set-pieces can be the opener. That was the case today. We could have scored maybe before, but then the next two goals were outstanding.
“The set-pieces were really good today. You need patience. You cannot lose focus or get sloppy. You have to stay full of desire even when you don’t find direction. We had to switch sides, play it quick and all these kinds of things. We really controlled it in the second half. That’s good.
“Everyone is invited to score goals obviously always but the boys did really well. They worked extremely hard, that’s what you have to do. You have to go for it and the boys did that.”
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