After the Union SG victory, Jurgen Klopp was disgusted and added two more undroppables to Liverpool.

With six points already on the board after their 2-0 victory over Union Saint-Gilloise, Liverpool has completed half of the task in their Europa League group. After Ryan Gravenberch’s first goal for Liverpool, Diogo Jota scored in the dying moments to give Jurgen Klopp’s team a comfortable victory. Express Sport highlights four lessons from Liverpool’s triumph.

For playing alongside summer acquisitions Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai in the Premier League, Curtis Jones has been Jurgen Klopp’s first choice midfielder. However, Ryan Gravenberch has demonstrated repeatedly in Europe that he is more than capable of taking the lead, and Jones’ dismissal almost renders the Dutchman undroppable for this weekend’s match against Brighton. Being the first to respond after Anthony Moris’ error demonstrated his attacking drive, but what really won Klopp over was his work in the middle of the field. It’s difficult to see why Ibrahima Konate won’t start again in defense in the Premier League as well.

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