Andrew Robertson sends brilliant messages to Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino after Liverpool win over Man City

Andy Robertson
Andy Robertson was clearly in temper after Liverpool’s win over Man City (Picture: Getty Images)

Liverpool gamers had been rightly celebrating their large win over Manchester City on Sunday night time, with Andy Robertson within the temper for some banter together with his team-mates.

The Reds opened up an eight level lead on the prime of the Premier League with their 3-1 win over City at Anfield, and a 9 level lead over the champions.

Goals from Fabinho, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane gave Jurgen Klopp’s aspect the three factors, however Robertson reminded everybody of the hazards of Liverpool scoring when is on the pitch.

The Brazilian confirmed off his trademark flying kick throughout a purpose celebration at Anfield, which led to the Scot tweeting: ‘Never celebrate with Bobby.’

The left-back supplied an excellent help for Liverpool’s second purpose, headed dwelling by Salah after simply 13 minutes.



It was the Scotland captain’s fourth help of the season, and given how repeatedly he supplies objectives for his team-mates, he messaged the Egyptian: ‘Don’t fear @MoSalah, I’ll discover you.’

Trent Alexander-Arnold failed to register an help within the contest, so fell one behind Robertson of their annual competitors to rating essentially the most assists for the season.

The two full-backs are an unimaginable supply of creativity for the league leaders, and the England worldwide was additionally in celebratory temper on Twitter.

Robertson informed Sky Sports after the sport: ‘It’s a large win in opposition to our closest rivals final yr.

‘They beat us to the league, this year it looks like it’s going to be the identical, there’s different groups round us, we’ve acquired to be cautious of all of them, however to play a giant recreation like this at dwelling and to get that result’s large for us.’

Alexander-Arnold added: ‘We’re on run of kind, clearly nonetheless unbeaten which is what we would like to do.

‘We picked up a lot of points last season and it obviously wasn’t sufficient, so we all know we’re going to have to get in and across the identical form of numbers to hopefully come away with a little bit of silverware.

‘It’s early doorways and we’ve nonetheless acquired a good distance to go.’

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