Inside Anfield: Liverpool 4-0 Newcastle | Reds extend lead with Boxing Day win
Merry Christmas. Hey. HIP-HOP MUSIC PLAYS INSIDE Unanimous. Finally. You look like… Hi, guys. Compliments of the season. Well, Jürgen, we’ve just seen
your team news, three changes, one of the names we notice is missing
is James Milner, is there an injury problem there? Unfortunately, yes, it’s not that serious but still
serious enough to put him out of the squad. He has a little muscle problem,
we couldn’t fix it quick enough obviously, similar to Alberto Moreno,
back problems, so pretty much all the boys who are not in
the squad today have some problems. Dom Solanke as well.
So, yeah, that’s the squad we have. Guys, come in. All right? Go on, Joe. Take care. You all right? CHEERING VIRGIL: Come on! FANS SHOUT OUT APPLAUSE Any studs? Yeah, studs. Good, good.
Nicely sharpened. Let’s go, thank you. ♫ You’ll never walk alone… ♫ FANS: Ooh! Yes, Jürgen, lad! No subs? Come on, boys! CHEERING CAMERAS CLICK FANS: Yes! FANS: Yes! Well, Dejan, that felt like
a massive afternoon here at Anfield, just give us your assessment of it. Yeah, definitely, a big relief for us, it wasn’t how we wanted in the first half, we had good chances but we didn’t score, we scored with the shot I had,
but like I said it wasn’t looking easy, and we did it brilliantly second half. We are focused on ourselves, and like I said we should give
everything in every training session, and not look back. Well, Jürgen, Merry Christmas,
top of the league, six points clear, you’ve made it a very Merry Christmas
for Liverpool fans today. Yeah, it was nice. I didn’t know
what happened in that moment, but the crowd obviously heard
about the Manchester result, I’m not sure if they heard about the result
from Tottenham as well, but when it was pretty loud in the stadium we
thought it was because of the performance! It would have been nice as well. All that we did so far is a combination
of the attitude of the boys and the potential of the boys, that makes it quality from time to time
and that’s what we have to do again.