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29/12/2018 - 19:39 GMT

We Still Need To Improve – Liverpool Star After Thrashing Arsenal

 




Virgil van Dijk has insisted that Liverpool still need to improve, despite the Reds thumping Arsenal 5-1 at Anfield this evening.

It was a fast-paced opening at Anfield and Arsenal took the lead with just eleven minute on the clock through Ainsley Maitland-Niles.




But the goal stung Liverpool into life and just three minutes later the Reds were level through Roberto Firmino, who then made it 2-1 just two minutes afterwards with a superb solo run and finish.

Mohamed Salah set up Liverpool's third just past the half hour mark, with Sadio Mane benefiting from the Egyptian's good work.
 


Salah made it 4-1 just before the half time break when he converted from the penalty spot, while when Firmino completed his hat-trick in the 65th minute, Arsenal were reeling.

Liverpool are now nine points clear of Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League and ten ahead of Manchester City, who they play on Thursday, though the Citizens can reduce the deficit to seven points if they beat Southampton on Sunday.
 


Despite Liverpool's commanding position, Van Dijk sees room for improvement, but admits the Reds have now made sure anything is possible.

"We know they are dangerous on the break with their speed up front", Van Dijk said after the match on BT Sport.

"It was unlucky that we conceded but we reacted how we should react and think we deserved it today.

"We still need to improve a lot of things.

"We are very happy with situation at the moment, we have to keep intensity high and continue in this way.

"Anything is possible. We are in a good way, it’s tough but it’s a great time to be a Liverpool player", the Dutch centre-back added.