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Five Things We Learned As Liverpool Easily See Off West Ham

13 August 2018

Liverpool kicked off their Premier League campaign with a comfortable win over West Ham United at Anfield on Sunday.

New signing Keita, who is in line for a Premier League debut against West Ham on Sunday, says the England striker's value extends beyond the pitch.

Manager Jurgen Klopp, however, continues to perceive his side as an underdog in the battle to unseat Man City, likening their challenge to Rocky Balboa attempting to topple Ivan Drago.

The German said: "We know about our expectations and we realise there is a really positive atmosphere around us in the pre-season".

Substitute Daniel Sturridge made it four just seconds after coming on near the end.

Mane, who has now scored in each of his last three Premier League openers, and Salah, the league's Golden Boot victor last season with 32 goals, sealed Liverpool's victory in their first competitive game since they lost the Champions League final to Real Madrid in March.

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Keita shone against West Ham and Klopp was pleased to see his new recruit find his form immediately.

He's not the best finisher; in fact, that's arguably the only thing Kante can't do, but if he improves that then his natural energy and intelligence of his runs could make him a brilliant attacking midfielder, and even more complete than he already was.

This season's title race will not be the procession Manchester City may have believed it to be.

Sadio Mane netted in first-half stoppage time and eight minutes after the break.

"It has been all-too-rare for Liverpool to go into the season with any likelihood of challenging, let alone winning the Premier League".

The Kop boss accepts expectations are sky high after splashing £170m this summer and impressing in pre-season.

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"We knew before we played that it was going to hard", Pellegrini admitted post-match.

"We need to win our second game".

After a confidence-shattering performance in the Champions League final, Loris Karius is out as the number 1 in goal for Liverpool. He brought in no fewer than eleven new signings - Jack Wilsehere and the £36m Felipe Anderson the most notable arrivals - and that, as with Liverpool, has whetted the fans' appetites for 2018/19.

'He can play different positions, obviously, but I think this is best for the moment.

"The after that a clear offside goal decided the game and they had a lot of confidence to play at 4-0".

Liverpool's midfield provided the foundation to both scorch and stifle with Gini Wijnaldum controlling well at the base, while Milner was core to every facet of play and Keita exposed spaces the visitors knew nothing about until he weaved through them. That's what we expect from ourselves and then we will see where it leads because West Ham will play, for sure, a good season.

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Five Things We Learned As Liverpool Easily See Off West Ham