One of Liverpool's best players this season, Joe Gomez enjoyed a fine game and saved the Reds numerous times with his important blocks and interceptions.
There are no fitness concerns for Egyptian footballer Mohamed Salah ahead of Liverpool's trip to Arsenal on Saturday. Arsenal has some good players, and you saw against Leicester City the other week what can happen when they get on a roll.
The Arsenal coach will go up against Klopp on Saturday for the first time since besting the German in the 2016 Europa League final with Sevilla, knowing that this Liverpool side has come a long way since that game.
It always promises to be an entertaining affair when these two sides meet and this weekend should prove that point.
Arsenal's Alexandre Lacazette celebrates scoring the equaliser. However, the scorelines, especially the Cardiff one, are slightly flattering as there were periods in the game last weekend that showed that despite the results, this Liverpool attack is not yet functioning like it was doing last season. Tactically they do very well and it was hard to win against them.
Ramsey is now set to become one of the most in-demand players in the coming few months - with clubs from home and overseas looking to seal his signature. Liverpool have never done this in six consecutive top-flight games against any opponent and Arsenal have not had any opponent achieve this feat against them in the top-flight ever.
"You're giving managers a bit too much credit if you think we have that much influence".
"We are looking forward to playing against them, playing against a team like Liverpool. It's nice to prepare them [the players], it's hard but it's nice because you need the full package to cause them problems", Klopp was quoted as saying by Sky Sports.
"It was always hard against Arsenal (before today), it was very spectacular, today was no less spectacular just with less goals than last season". Arsenal defence has been reduced to bare bones as Hector Bellerin, Laurent Koscielny, Nacho Monreal, Sead Kolasinac, Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Konstantinos Mavropanos are all sidelined with injuries. Yet again, Man City will be without world-class midfielder Kevin De Bruyne, who suffered another knee injury against Fulham in just his second game back from his last knee injury.