Rodgers: Anfield Now Haunted Again
Liverpool – Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers satisfied his team performed malignant again at home lately. He considered his team is back at Anfield feared.
Liverpool’s performance is on the rise lately. In the Premier League for example, children Merseyside has been unbeaten in the last 12 games, picking nine wins and three draws.
In addition, they’ve never tasted defeat at home in the last 13 games in all competitions. The more impressive because in the latest five home games, ‘The Red’ perfect record results.
This performance increase when compared to some games early in the season. Liverpool had lost to Aston Villa, Real Madrid, and Chelsea. They also made difficult by Everton and Hull City in the game match.
“Now we have to get back our identity, the performance of the cage is very important to us. We are a team that is horrible to deal with now. And that was the situation during the previous 18 months,” said Rodgers in the Liverpool Echo.
“The teams come here know that we were going to attack and defend with intensity and aggression. We do not have it at the beginning of the season for a number of reasons.”
“The goal is to return to our game. Chelsea and Manchester City come here and just get the right shot the target. City did not get a corner and then we limit the Burnley game in midweek,” he added.
“We went back to the level that we want, but we still need to evolve further year,” said the Northern Irishman’s manager.