Jurgen Klopp and his men visit Watford this afternoon and the game ended in a 5-0 victory. Liverpool performed well against Watford today and I believe that Jurgen Klopp made some good moves as he secured all the three points today. Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane inspired Liverpool's victory over Watford and I will be showing you the right decisions the manager made today.
1. Starting Caoimhin Kelleher Ahead Of Adrian
Adrian might be an experience goalkeeper who has done really well in the premier league, but I believe that Jurgen Klopp made a wise decision by leaving the Spanish goalkeeper on the bench against Watford today, he started Irish goalkeeper Coaimhin Kelleher and he did really well after he kept a clean sheet. Alisson Becker is not available for selection due to the South American world cup qualifiers.
2. He Started James Milner Ahead Of Oxlade-Chamberlin
Liverpool midfielder James Milner is a top player and he has done really well for the club over the past years, Jurgen Klopp decided to pair him together with Jordan Henderson and Naby Keita against Watford today, the 35-year-old midfielder registered one assist against Watford today, he can play in multiple positions and he is an experience player, the manager decided to bring Chamberlin into the game in the second half while James Milner switched his position to the right hand flank.
3. Subbing Off Robertson And Alexander Arnold Due To The UEFA Champions League Game
Liverpool will face Atletico Madrid in their next Champions League game, and some of these players need to rest ahead of the game, Robertson just came back from the Scotland national team duty and I believe that he made a right decision, by taking them off in the second half.
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