The Red Train with No Stops
Liverpool's moving like a steam train ready for any type of battle. And there is no stops on the agenda. There was a time when Liverpool was considered nothing without Mo Salah. That is not the case anymore. The Egyptian King had been off the bench for 22 minutes by the time the Reds drew level at Villa Park. They have also became the first team to win 10 points from losing positions. Which means they like to leave it late and that they get stronger while others diminish.
The chances of Liverpool winning when their backs are against the wall, as they did with the two goals against Villa, have increased because of the hand of Jurgen Klopp. The values of a working culture amongst the squad is visible. His is extremely hard on them at Melwood. Adding a level every season has been the difference. Having a clear plan has bought him time. Together with a recruitment plan to compete with the best without overspending. Lastly having to reset and change the mentality of the club back to its former glory was the cherry on top. The German has transformed a nearly team into a European Giant again. And next in their sights is the Premier League title.