Dejan Lovren says that Liverpool have a strategy for big away games after adding Chelsea to their list of scalps on Friday night.
The Reds won 2-1 at Stamford Bridge and and now unbeaten in six league visits to Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester City since Jurgen Klopp took over; they should also have beaten Tottenham but drew 1-1 at White Hart Lane before the international break.
“We know what we need to do when we come to away games, especially against big teams like Chelsea,” Lovren told Liverpool’s official website.
“We are a team who wants to play, who wants to win – we are not a team who will defend deep and await our chances.
“It’s always the same speech [from Klopp], always positive! We need to keep working hard. We’ve had a great week in training so everyone was positive.
“Of course I’m always happy to score but I’m more happy with the performance of the team, I think we played brilliantly, especially in the first half. We controlled our football. [It’s an] Amazing win.
“It’s too early to talk about a title challenge but we are positive and we can keep playing well.
“We have so many players here on the bench that can make a difference, we have a brilliant squad, the 25 players here, even those in the stand are top players.
“It’s a challenge for all of us to be 100 per cent in training and that’s what keeps us improving every day.”