Three quick thoughts from Liverpool's 3-0 win over Southampton on Saturday afternoon. 1. Liverpool show no signs of complacency as they cruise past Southampton. It was game No. 600 in management for Jurgen Klopp and the Liverpool boss will have had few more straightforward matches than this one. Liverpool had their sixth-straight Premier League win sewn up at half-time to maintain their flawless start and reclaim top spot from Chelsea. A Wesley Hoedt own goal after 10 minutes kicked off proceedings and was followed up by Joel Matip's towering header. Mohamed Salah then ended a three-game run without a goal deep into first-half stoppage time.
Emre Can completed Liverpool's comeback against Burnley on Sunday, clinching a 2-1 victory to consolidate fourth place in the Premier League. Liverpool is a point behind Tottenham and Manchester City and 11 adrift of leader Chelsea, having played a game more than the top three.
Jurgen Klopp said faltering Liverpool must take the blame for their performances after a 2-0 defeat at lowly Hull added to their miserable run. Klopp said there has got to be an immediate change to reach the "big, big target" of the Champions League. Liverpool's only victory in the last
Plymouth (United Kingdom) (AFP) - Stand-in captain Lucas Leiva scored his first goal in seven years to earn Liverpool a 1-0 victory at fourth-tier underdogs Plymouth Argyle in Wednesday's FA Cup third-round replay.