In an era dominated by statistics it’s sometimes difficult to describe performances in terms of feel. Feel is a term that’s used for emotion, gut instinct or guessing. Players run an exactly tracked distance, teams dominate a percentage of possession and coaches have an exact win- loss record. Sometimes statistics don’t accurately represent what happens on the field. A team that dominates possession loses a match, but feel is critical in assessing the overall development of a team.
It’s two on the bounce for Liverpool and all is well at Anfield once again. Backing up after the demolition of Leicester City, the Reds put together arguably their best performance of the season to beat Chelsea in a hard fought battle away at Stamford Bridge. Taking three points away from this fixture is impressive, however Klopp is now building a formidable record against top five teams.
Will the Reds Maintain Their Strong Record?
This weekend, Liverpool host the most unlikely champion side in Premier League history in the new and improved Anfield with a thrilling and vocal atmosphere. As we look ahead to the Red’s clash against champions Leicester, it’s an ideal time to reflect on past performances against premier league champions at home in Anfield.
Oren Shabat Laurent is a passionate Liverpool fan and a cryptocurrency entrepreneur. He has been involved with sports from a young age, and sponsored football and basketball.