Uefa Champions League winning former Liverpool winger Vladimir Smicer believes Jurgen Klopp's transfer dealings have been the key to club's fine start to the Premier League season and may be enough to launch a long-overdue title tilt.
Liverpool forward Sadio Mane had a first half goal incorrectly ruled out for off-side, with Klopp bemoaning that decision as he met the media. But it's normal. The players, I like the players showing us character when we are not playing well.
"I use it for me and I use it also to give the players my experience or my learning in every moment". The ball is going and one player is offside and the referee doesn't whistle so he runs to the ball because he doesn't think he is offside and then the referee whistles.
'We got a point, we deserved a point and we could have had more.
Silva added, "I think that it's important to win these games, to have a draw away at Anfield, to win at the Emirates and now here at Wembley, it's important".
"For us the performance is good".
In contrast to their last visit to the Emirates when they conceded three times in five minutes, Liverpool needed to show their new-found defensive resolve as a confident Arsenal started the brighter.
"I know we need one time for improving and development".
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Arsenal manager, Unai Emery, feels that this Liverpool side provide a very good template for The Gunners to focus on in the near future.
When it came, in the 83rd minute through Alexandre Lacazette's curling strike, it was a moment that owed as much to the belief of the fans as the drive of the players.
"'We won, cool, let's go again, ' that's exactly how it is".
The match did not end there as Unai Emery made wholesale changes in search for an equalizer and it paid off. We need more, in our work and tactically also. It was a slightly unusual game, one that Arsenal dominated for long periods and yet one which Liverpool had enough clear-cut chances to have won fairly comfortably. The progress takes time, a long time in football is very hard to demand.
"Today was a test of how we are against a team like Liverpool".
He surprised a lot of people, but he did the same when I interviewed him last week and he spoke about how he is always determined to win - whether it is training or in games - and how he has been like that right through his career.
"This draw is different to Chelsea, for example, so there are ups and downs and things that we can learn", said Milner, who reached the milestone of 50 Premier League goals.