Dominik Szoboszlai has admitted he has become used to Liverpool falling behind in matches this season, though has been left impressed with the character shown by the team to keep fighting back.
Wednesday's Carabao Cup win over Leicester City saw Jurgen Klopp's side go 1-0 down before rallying to win 3-1 for the fourth time this season. It is a trend the Reds may soon need to stamp out as they look to take greater control of games.
This sequence began by beating Bournemouth at Anfield, having conceded early on in the match, which was mirrored in the trip to Wolves after the international break. The same scenario applied in the Europa League meeting with LASK Linz, before again appearing against Leicester.
Offering his take on Liverpool serving up another comeback victory, Szoboszlai said: "To be honest, since I came we started always the same way, 1-0 behind. But every time, each game, we showed a good reaction. It doesn’t matter who is on the pitch or who comes in, we work as a team and at the end always we have the three points or the next round.
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"Yeah, as I said, it doesn’t matter who is playing, everybody gives his best. Young players, older players with experience help the young guys. We are really a team, a big squad and everybody is ready for work."
Szoboszlai helped fire the Reds in front with a stunning strike from outside the area, sending Anfield into raptures. The Hungarian has developed a habit for scoring special goals during his career to date, with his latest effort ranking among his very best.
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