There has been plenty of reaction to last night's Liverpool victory which ended a difficult opening 5 game spell for the reds.
Liverpool now have 3 wins, 1 draw and 1 defeat in their opening five games - an identical record to the impressive 2013-14 season and only the second time in 8 years they have reached double figures at this stage.
And it came against 3 trips to Chelsea, Arsenal and Spurs and including a single home game against the current English champions. The defeat against Burnley highlighted the reds occasional struggle in the less glamorous games, but on the positive side that game saw the reds dominate possession and even the chances.
Liverpool principal owner John Henry was hopefully referencing the Liverpool result with this tweet.
— John W. Henry (@John_W_Henry) 16 September 2016
His wife was definitely referencing the reds game with her post match tweet.
— Linda Pizzuti Henry (@Linda_Pizzuti) 16 September 2016
With Loris Karius now back from injury and patiently waiting on the bench, Simon Mignolet may have preferred a clean sheet.
— Simon Mignolet (@SMignolet) 16 September 2016
The Liverpool captain looked pleased with his goal just after the half hour and posted the picture of him celebrating.
Divock Origi was a second half substitute - coming on to replace Daniel Sturridge who went off for some treatment in the 56th minute.
We are Liverpool 🔴🔴🔴 pic.twitter.com/uCgyaFBGTf
— Divock Origi #27 (@DivockOrigi) 16 September 2016
Ex LFC boss Roy Evans said
Got to love jurgens way of playing. High tempo, players working for each other. Fantastic result. Enjoy your night Reds.
— ROY EVANS (@Roy_Evo) 16 September 2016
Former player Titi Camara had a simple Chelsea-related question...
What are plastic flags?
— Titi Camara (@TitiCamara22) 16 September 2016
The fans were also handing out the praise across the team
— Eland LFC (@ElandLFC) 16 September 2016
Today again goes to prove Henderson isn't a bad player. Nor is he world class. But on his game he can be very good, and important to #LFC.
— Si Steers (@sisteers) 16 September 2016
Love beating Chelsea but the next 2 games against hull and Swansea are massive need to get a run going against so called smaller teams #LFC
— Andy (@therealwudstar) 16 September 2016