Brighton and Hove Albion manager Chris Hughton was disappointed his team could not land another blow on a Premier League heavyweight in their 1-0 loss at Liverpool.
"He's a real presence at the back, you can see him coming out for corners and crosses and you've seen his wee chip got applause from the crowd, but I'm not sure if the gaffer wants to see that too many times!"
"Nine points after three games, I never heard anything negative about that".
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Robertson acknowledged that Jürgen Klopp's side did not hit top gear on Saturday, but maintained that such hard-fought results will prove crucial as the season progresses.
"They came here and played football, they caused us problems, but we stood up to it and when we needed the goalkeeper he produced some really good saves". If we get that level of performance throughout the season, then we'll be fine.
Brighton, 3-2 winners over Manchester United last time out, offered little in the way of attacking threat.
Gronnemark claims he helped two teams in Denmark add 20 goals to their season's tally between them, so by that logic Liverpool could add around 10.
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"First half was a good mindset, really patient in the right moment, and we scored the goal and could've score more and I don't think they had a chance in the first half".
With Lovren still unavailable it looks like Joe Gomez could continue alongside Virgil van Dijk in the middle of defence as the youngster has performed superbly so far this season and could keep Joel Matip on the sidelines.
"Crystal Palace away is always a tough place to go and we grounded it out". "But I thought we had chances of our own". "But the boys at the back and the goalkeeper, keeping the clean sheets, that's important, that's what's getting us the points".
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