Jurgen Klopp thought his Liverpool side were a “joy to watch” in their 5-0 victory over Swansea in the Premier League on Boxing Day.
The Reds ran riot as goals from Philippe Coutinho, Roberto Firmino (2), Trent Alexander-Arnold and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain condemned the Swans to defeat.
Klopp told BBC Radio 5 live: “After 55 minutes it was brilliant, before that it was work. It was not easy. The last half an hour was fantastic, a joy to watch, a very deserved win.
“I know that people are often not patient enough as it’s all about results. It’s possible from outside to think it’s not quick enough, we feel really good in this moment. Five minutes in the Arsenal game was not good but the performance was good. We drew. For tonight, we feel really good.”
On Adam Lallana getting some minutes on the pitch: “Good to have him back. He needs time and he’s not the most patient person. We tried to give him as many minutes as possible. We want him around and in the team.”