Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson blamed himself for the goal scored by Arsenal in the Reds’ 3-1 victory over the Gunners on Saturday.
He said there is still room for improvement despite Liverpool’s convincing victory over the Unai Emery team. Jurgen Klopp’s men kept their 100 percent record this season, but the Reds captain identified a performance flaw.
At this time, Liverpool is the only team in the Premier League that maintains a perfect record after winning its third win of three this season.
Two goals from Mohamed Salah and one from Joel Matip put the game out of doubt before the Reds granted a late consolation.
Lucas Torreira was launched after his first effort was blocked to remove one for Arsenal and make sure the Reds went to another game without keeping a clean sheet. Henderson was not satisfied with the goal.
Jordan Henderson told the official Liverpool website: “We knew that if we did the right things if we played with our strengths if we defended ourselves well and if we were clinicians in front of the goal, we would hurt them.” “We managed to do that, so overall, it was an excellent performance.
“If we want to be critical, we are disappointed with the objective. I should have cleared it at the edge of the box. “But we have to be delighted with the three points, and it’s hard in the Premier League.” Another great performance.