Jorgen Klopp would be really pleased with the performance of his players as they showed great team spirit all through the game.
It was a balanced performance from Klopp's boys as they managed to dominate possession in both halves of the encounter.
Liverpool grabbed their first goal in the 18th minute after a sublime header from Portuguese talent, Diogo Jota.
Jota has now scored two goals in as many games for Liverpool this season.
Liverpool doubled their lead in the 84th minute as Sadio Mane managed to get the ball past Nick Pope.
However, the major highlight of the game was the outstanding performance of Greek defender, Tsimikas.
Tsikimas provided the assist for Jota's strike and his overall performance was incredible against Burnley at Anfield earlier today.
After the game, fans believe Tsikimas deserves to be named the Man of the Match after watching his impressive display.
Liverpool would need their star player to show the same level of performance when he takes on Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal, and Manchester City in coming weeks.
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