After a simple win over Watford at Vicarage Road, Liverpool fans took to twitter to express their delight at the win that keeps the club comfortably second place in the Premier League for another week.
With this being the first game back after the international break, fans were chomping at the bit for action and for the first half they may have been a little disappointed with little in the way of drama for the first half. The second half was a rollercoaster from start to finish though.
Liverpool’s captain started the second half off by getting a yellow card, which he then managed to turn into a red card. Between this though the reds managed two goals from Mo Salah and a surprising one from Trent Alexander-Arnold. Firmino then managed to finish the game on a high with a 89th minute goal, assisted by Mane.
┓┓┓┓┓┃ Eden Hazard
— Bek (@beksliverpool) November 24, 2018
I would like to have “one season wonder” Mo Salah every season.
— Utkarsh (@Jurgenology) November 24, 2018
Notice how we win when Henderson is off, coincidence? I think not
— ᶜᶜ (@MrSadioMane) November 24, 2018
can our fans stop supporting henderson ffs. get him and lallana out and get two quality replacement and we'll actually be able to challenge city. Van Dijk will be a good captain as well
— 🙃 (@TorrxsRole) November 24, 2018
Can we accept that he ongoing joke that Jordan Henderson is captain was fine when we didn't really have an obvious choice. But with VVD in the wings surely it's time to ship Hendo off to the Turkish league where his destiny awaits? #liverpool #LFC #WATLIV https://t.co/o1MLdRNyG7
— darryl messer (@schmesserdt) November 24, 2018
That was a hard slog today until the opener, couldn’t see where a goal was coming from until then. Allison’s save at 0-0 was massive though we defended well overall. Lovren and Van Dijk very impressive.
— Aaron Cutler (@aaron_cutler) November 24, 2018
Remember when we lost 3-0 at Vicarage Road first time we went there under Klopp? Now we’ve beaten them 3-0. Undeniable progresss.
— Archie (@Archie_LFC_) November 24, 2018