Liverpool kept their 100% winning streak up last night as they beat Crystal Palace thanks to goals from James Milner and Sadio Mane.
A fairly assured performance, the Reds underlined their ability to win ugly as they got business done with minimal fuss.
For Jurgen Klopp, though, certain players could have been a lot better with him arguing his full-backs could have raised their performance.
Andy Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold did not have bad games by any stretch of the imagination but they were perhaps less forward-thinking than usual.
And, for Klopp, they were below their usual high-level.
He said speaking to Monday Night Football on Sky Sports after the win:
“It was not a brilliant performance – our full-backs can play 70 or 80 percent better – but I’m very happy with the result.”
At the end of the day, though, a win is a win and the Reds won’t mind as they keep pace with Manchester City up at the top of the league.
Up next for them, Brighton at Anfield on Saturday.