Clean sheet crucial for Reds and Oxlade-Chamberlain

Tyler Owen
April 8, 2018

"It was an awesome atmosphere, the best I've ever played in", the 24-year-old said.

He claims Oxlade-Chamberlain in particular has been impressive since quitting the Emirates.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has pledged more long range efforts as he spoke about his stunning strike in Liverpool's emphatic Champions League triumph over Manchester City.

The England worldwide found the net for the second time against City this season at Anfield, having also scored from distance in Liverpool's 4-3 Premier League triumph back in January.

Liverpool midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain thanked Liverpool supporters for creating a "horrible" atmosphere at Anfield for visiting Manchester City Wednesday night.

Oxlade-Chamberlain was accused of not reaching the next level while at Arsenal, but Klopp insists the midfielder does not blame Wenger for that and only needed a change in environment. Going forward they are always a threat on the break and that is good for us because there will be times like against City when we don't see a lot of the ball and when we can break that is when we can hurt teams.

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"Being in a different place can sometimes be better [but] only if you are aware of your problems".

"I think they were both treading water at Arsenal, it's as simple as that", Redknapp said on Sky Sports.

"He was not coming here and saying 'come on, make the best of me, use me in the best way". "It was always "I could do more" or 'I could have done something more".

He was from the first day ready for hard work, and because of these new things he experienced, a different style of football, that gives you the opportunity to do things in a new way, and that obviously helped. "It got us going and it would probably shake anyone up so you have to give fans credit for that". It was only because of some things didn't work out that well, it was never bad.

"He still has a lot of things to improve but he is an outstanding talent".

'And that's what we were hoping for when he came here to make the next step. A pattern emerged of one good game followed by three or four hugely frustrating ones, with the Ox one of several Arsenal players particularly guilty of losing possession in indefensible areas.

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