Jurgen Klopp hits out at 'crazy' Fabinho rumours

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With Gomez sidelined, Lovren comes into the team for just his fourth Premier League start of the season - with Liverpool conceding only once while he's been on the pitch.

Jurgen Klopp was asked about the celebration and news of Ramos allegedly failing the doping test for taking dexamethasone injections in his knee and shoulder in his post-match presser and offered no response.

Liverpool forward Sadio Mane's new deal is a "statement" of the club's progress, says manager Jurgen Klopp.

Liverpool: The Reds have only won one of their last three games in all competitions, but in the league the team is still undefeated with a record of 9-3-0.

He said: 'It was a really mature performance. The most intense period of the year is coming, [it is] unbelievable the games we have. We never controlled games in the manner we do now.

"They had moments but you can't stop that. It was exactly how it had to be in our situation".

"We wanted to win and keep the clean sheet as well". Maybe I should not talk about it but it's to explain how hard things are to prepare a game like this.

"I've always said, when I knew I had a chance to come here I didn't have to think twice".

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"It was still good".

Mane is in his 5th Premier League season - his first two spent at Southampton and he recently celebrated his 50th Premier League goal.

Liverpool took control thanks to Salah's opener and Trent Alexander-Arnold's fine free-kick.

If you'd have said Liverpool's back four would include those three 18 months ago, fans probably would have laughed but they've become some of the Premier League's finest under Klopp. You have to constantly close down a player or space.

"So now he misses the Everton game". That's good, we knew that before. "That's how it is".

Referee Jon Moss waved away Watford penalty appeals when Hughes went down under Andy Robertson's rash challenge early in the second half. Javi Gracia said: 'In the last two games I think we have been unlucky with some decisions.

In half-time we had to stay stubborn, we had to do it again and again - better, of course - and with more rhythm change.

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