In the Danger Zone.
- Feb 10, 2009
A bit greedy at times but he often found himself in good positions so a lot were warranted, he just didn't have his shooting boots on tonight until his well taken goal. That's the biggest plus for me, he's no longer waiting for the ball in non-threatening positions and he doesn't run down blind alleys with it, as I felt he did last season. He's now constantly threatening the opposition goal.Not sure the shoot on sight policy is quite what we're after but it sounds like Jones and Larouci have put in the kind of performances that Klopp will be looking for from them.
Both full backs were excellent and Southampton just couldn't live with the likes of Chirivella and Clarkson in the midfield, too technical. Hardy's finishes were well taken.
The style of football was most pleasing though. Everyone wanted the ball, everyone pressed when they lost it, very high line. Identical to the first team.