Psychologically it's great to see this Liverpool team pulling off results like the one we saw against Wolves.
It's part of football - Fergie Time, the Liverpool of the seventies used to get goals late on - it grows belief and sows a seed in each opposition's mind that a game is never over. The one against Newcastle, all the odds against us, 10 men on the pitch, to come back was unbelievable. They showed grit again on Saturday and teams now will be worried.
As for Liverpool, it's a mindset they need to keep a hold of. That'll be easy as we've got so many options on the bench going forward that can change games. Even when we had the front three of Bobby, Mane and Salah, we didn't really have game-changers on the bench. Now we've got six strikers and Harvey Elliott who is starting to really show the promise we know he's got that he can become a top player.
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It gives the opposition a concern, Jurgen used it perfectly and we've got to give him credit the way he used the subs.
Luis Diaz came off the bench and created havoc, young Harvey Elliott too and Darwin Nunez - the opposition are cursing. They put so much energy into the first half and Liverpool just wore them down - same as Manchester City at West Ham. They've got so many options now and that is what gets you the points.
Saying all of that, they can't keep going one nil down forever. All due respect to the team you're playing but you can't give anyone a one nil start - you're going to get caught out.
Of course it doesn't help when they're stuck on the 12:30pm kick-off after an international break either.Read on liverpoolecho.co.uk