The media praised Liverpool’s professionalism and numerous individual performances after the Reds cruised to a 3-0 win over Bournemouth.
The Reds cruised to victory against Eddie Howe’s side to take another step towards securing a second successive top-four finish.
Here’s how the media assessed a welcome routine win at Anfield.
Reporters were very impressed with the professional manner of the performance
The Liverpool Echo’s Ian Doyle was among those to praise the Reds’ professionalism, while also commending Klopp’s side for avoiding complacency after the exhausting midweek efforts:
Liverpool deserve credit for this professional performance against an obdurate Bournemouth who, for the most part, defended well but, a late flurry apart, were negated going forward.
Complacency was never an issue here.
Our man Karl Matchett was impressed by the Reds’ mentality in attacking the game in the same hungry manner as recent big matches:
It could have been slow, difficult to get up for, for fans and players alike—but Jurgen Klopp had his team prepared and…