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Klopp: I have never seen the consistency of Liverpool in my life.

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Jürgen Klopp has admitted that he continues to be amazed by the consistency of his Liverpool side but also says that his side is far from perfect.

The Reds made it 42 straight games without defeat and a total of 100 points from a maximum of 102 with a 4-0 win over Southampton on Saturday afternoon at Anfield.

But despite the final scoreline, the visitors caused the European Champions their fair share of problems with Alisson called into action a number of times.

Speaking after the game, Klopp spoke of his pride about the resilient nature of his side to keep up their form game after game.

The Liverpool Echo reported the manager as saying:

“I have never seen it (the consistency).

“If I was on the outside looking at this, I'd be asking the same questions.

“I can only say I don't feel it. It is not that I feel stronger and stronger and stronger after each win.

 

"It's not like this.

“It is just one great celebration - sometimes more, sometimes less - and then relief, settle and go again.

“ I have no clue how it should feel. 

“It's not that I think we are close to something special.

“So many things can happen in football and even when there is any decision made in the future, why should we stop thinking the same way?

“We have to use the skills of the boys, the character of the boys, we have to use the power of this club and especially this stadium. It is our duty to win football games.”

 

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While Klopp is naturally an optimistic person, he said he never takes an excessive amount of confidence into a game.

“I promise you I don't lie, but we don’t feel it. My main feeling before the game (today) is that I was concerned.

That concern was warranted especially in the first half, and the manager was mightily relieved that he had his Brazilian custodian to continue his elite form.

“Today Southampton had absolutely too many shots and finishes but what Ali is doing with these finishes, I have no clue.

“At the end it looks like the finishes aren't good – the finishes were good but Ali is there.

“We are not perfect, not even close. 

"We don’t care about being perfect. 

“We just try and use our skills in the best possible way. 

“The boys do that for a while pretty good and that is why we have these kind of numbers.”

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