Arsenal going through a very difficult match. Despite scoring first but Mikel Arteta's side completely overshadowed by the home side. Conversely this is the game showed bravery defending champions Liverpool.
Mane has a good Arsenal performance
Andrew Robertson, the directly mistakes led to goals for Liverpool after 25 minutes, the ones who help "Red Brigade" took the challenge scorer in the 34th minute and in the final minutes, rookie Diogo Jota for the possibility of coach Jürgen Klopp shopping to how much better, with a 3-1 victory to the table with a few tackles and downright dangerous ball.
After the game, coach Jürgen Klopp and the stars of the red shirt team received special praise from the British press. Guardian asserted, coach Jürgen Klopp is the brightest star of this great battle. According to journalist Paul Wilson, the way coach Klopp build operating system for Liverpool is extremely optimized, the chain of the "Red Brigades" showed the great usefulness.
Besides, this newspaper also confirmed debut of rookie Diogo Jota very successful, and is a testament to the ability to see extremely sharp German military rulers.
Guardian appreciated performances of the players Liverpool
Meanwhile, reports ESPN analyze the way Liverpool have dominated this great battle. According to statistics from ESPN, this match Liverpool 66% of the ball, stopped 21 times, including eight times on target. In contrast, only 34% Arsenal length ball, off the crossbar 4 times with 3 wide. These figures are enough to see, a 3-1 victory for the "Red Brigade" is completely deserved.
According to ESPN, Liverpool completely dominated the great battle
Meanwhile, the Daily Mail confirmed Liverpool's "army longing", and they really are the king of the Big 6. Only in two consecutive rounds, Liverpool have defeated both of the London giants Chelsea and Arsenal with the score gap. That shows the power of just how strong Liverpool, and they promise to continue to be king of the Premier League 2020/21.
With the Daily Mail, Liverpool is the king of the Big 6