25 September, 2016
Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino were among the goals for Liverpool, as they defeated Leicester City 4-1 at Anfield on Saturday evening.
Roberto Firmino opened the scoring with a clinical finish in the 13th minute and Sadio Mane increased Liverpool's advantage with a close-range effort in the 31st.
However, Adam Lallana sealed the win by firing a shot into the top corner and Firmino got a second from Mane's pass.
With the grand unveiling of the new Anfield, complete with an increased capacity following work on the Main Stand, the Reds players showed the fans just what they are capable of. Claudio Ranieri, Leicester's manager, was critical of his players' poise on a historic day at Anfield.
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Klopp, who curiously reacted to Liverpool supporters chanting his name by making hand signals for them to stop when the scoreline was 3-1, revealed later that he believes any triumphalism sends out the wrong message to his players.
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Jamie Vardy of Leicester City scores his side's only goal. "When we have lost in the past, we have always had a good reaction", Ranieri told BBC Sport.
It was certainly enjoyed by the club's principal owner John W Henry, who on his way to speak to the players in the dressing room afterwards, remarked: "That was some football, hey?" They're not immediate title contenders, at least not while Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola are in the Premier League, but their style of play is much more improved from their time under Brendan Rodgers.
"We had to throw him in cold water, he wasn't really ready for 90 minutes", he said.