Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah netted his first league goal since August 25 as the Reds thrashed Southampton 3-0 on Saturday to leap-frog Chelsea at the top of the Premier League table and confirm their best start to a season.
Klopp started with a 4-2-3-1 featuring Shaqiri in a number 10 role and the switch worked well, as the Swiss star's cross resulted in an own goal by Wesley Hoedt, before Mo Salah tapped in the third after his free-kick bounced down off the crossbar.
Klopp brought on James Milner at the break as Liverpool eased to victory to maintain their flawless Premier League record and he explained his choice in a post-match news conference.
With a sixth win from six, Liverpool go clear at the top of the table although Chelsea can join them on 18 points with victory over West Ham United tomorrow.
From the resultant corner, Matip, making his first start of the season, soared high to direct a header past the goalkeeper and give the home side a two-goal cushion on 20 minutes. "In the week you saw with Gini Wijnaldum, good game but really hard, Hendo [Jordan Henderson] second game in a row, Milly [James Milner] came on and it was hard work for him too".
"A clean sheet is very important and staying concentrated in an intense period is hard".
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Jenas said on BBC Match of the Day: "I'm not sure he got hooked, if it was me, I'd be fuming after putting in the display he did in the first-half".
However, with the Holland worldwide unlikely to play in the midweek Carabao Cup game at home to Chelsea, the centre-back has a full week to recover before the top-of-the-table clash at Stamford Bridge.
Sutton feels Wolves were good value for their point and produced a spirited and hardworking performance away from home. I think nobody enjoys to play here'.
'It always helps the team and helps me get self-confidence for the game'. "They play like I like to play which is like the World Cup final", the former Chelsea manager said. We didn't have that.
"Now their squad, which will sustain them during the season, looks really strong as well, that could be the difference this year".