Roy Keane Reveals What “Helped” Liverpool in Their Win Over Brighton

Roy Keane has provided insights into what particularly impressed him about Liverpool’s performance and claimed it helped them in today’s match against Brighton.

Despite a challenging start that saw Danny Welbeck score an early goal for Brighton, Liverpool managed to turn the game around and secure a 2-1 victory.

Luis Diaz equalised for Liverpool just 25 minutes after Welbeck’s opener, and Mohamed Salah’s goal in the second half sealed the win for Jurgen Klopp’s team.

Following Welbeck’s unexpected goal in the third minute, Liverpool claimed their dominance over the game, controlling possession and creating numerous scoring opportunities.

Liverpool demonstrated remarkable composure after conceding early, with Keane noting their ability to maintain their focus and play their game despite the setback.

Keane on What Helped Liverpool Today

Liverpool’s victory propelled them to the summit of the Premier League standings, earning praise from Keane for their resilient comeback following Welbeck’s opening goal.

“What impressed me about Liverpool today is they didn’t panic,” the Manchester United legend told Sky Sports.

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“It helped them that they conceded early in the game with a long way to go and they should have finished the game off a bit earlier. Brighton obviously kept their spirits but Liverpool’s calmness is what impressed me today having gone a goal down.”

Mac Allister Stole the Show for Liverpool

In today’s match, Liverpool showcased impressive performances across the field. However, it was Mac Allister who particularly stood out in midfield.

Jamie Carragher praised the Argentine, hailing him as the standout player on the pitch, following his commanding performance in midfield.

Despite Liverpool conceding early in the match, the 25-year-old epitomised the team’s resilience by maintaining his composure and actively seeking opportunities throughout the game.

Mac Allister’s passing ability was notably outstanding, and he capitalized on his creativity by generating several goal-scoring opportunities for his teammates.

Ultimately, his contributions were duly rewarded as he played a pivotal role in setting up Salah for the winning goal.

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