Liverpool Coach Jurgen Klopp has admitted that their win over West Ham was special because they had to work very hard for it, MySportDab reports.
The Reds survived a scare before a shocking comeback to win 3-2 at Anfield, keeping their unbeaten record safe.
Liverpool found themselves one goal down and looking like losing for the first time after Issa Diop and Pablo Fornals had cancelled Georginio Wijnaldum’s early header.
But the Reds came back to win 3-2, with Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane both scoring in the 2nd half.
It was a very exciting game at Anfield and Liverpool still managed to get all vital three points as they always do in every game.
And Speaking after the game, Klopp admitted the victory was very special because of how hard they had to work for it.
“I liked how we started,” he said.
“We scored a beautiful first goal. But then we weren’t good enough with the second balls..
“We have to regain them back much more often. We are struggled in this situation and that gave West Ham an advantage.
“They won most of the second balls from the goal-kicks and for us it was difficult. We lost a little bit of patience in the first half with what we did. Offensively, you could see this a little bit.
“They scored another goal and I still have to watch back how that happened.
“Then we were forced to keep calm and do the right stuff.
“All our goals were strange. The best goal we scored was Ruled out because Sadio Mane was offside. You have to play it and that’s how hard we worked to get the three points and it is very special.”