Alisson Becker sounds very happy to see the fact of Liverpool’s return to the top of the Premier League standings. He considers this a dangerous signal for the rivals of the Reds.
For information, Liverpool did manage to reclaim the throne of the Premier League standings after shaving off Crystal Palace with a big score of 7-0 this morning WIB.
This big victory is clearly very important for Liverpool, in addition to returning their position to the top, also to restore the players’ confidence.
Moreover, given the fact that the start of the 2020/21 season has not been easy for the defending champion. Liverpool had stumbled, even defeated with a landslide score of 2-7 from the mid-table team, Aston Villa.
But Jurgen Klopp’s figure was really calm in facing the situation, slowly but surely his team really got up and in the end took the lead again with 31 points from 14 matches.
Goalkeeper Alisson Becker seemed to really appreciate his team’s revival. Seeing the stability of the team’s recent performance, the Brazilian goalkeeper is confident that from now on Liverpool will be increasingly firm at the top of the standings.
In addition, the former AS Roma player believes that Liverpool’s return to the top of the standings is a dangerous signal for rivals.
“This is good, you put pressure on the opponent, namely the other teams who are fighting for first place. We only think about ourselves, think about what we can do on the pitch. So when you can get the three points in great form, you will be satisfied. . ”
“Now we have a week to rest and prepare for the next game, as well as enjoy Christmas Day with our family,” said Alisson.
Returning to the matter of the match against Crystal Palace, Alisson Becker can ensure that his team has enough difficulty playing the match even though they finally won by a landslide score.
“If you just look at the scoreboard, you think it’s an easy match for Liverpool, but it’s not really. We really have to work hard,”
“It’s always difficult against Crystal Palace because of the way they play. They like to send long balls and we want to press them, but sometimes they get away from the pressure. However, in those moments, we can play very well,” he concluded.