Alisson admits that Liverpool's degree fell in 2020 – however says we're now again within the groove

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Liverpool's level is so high – and the standard the team expects of themselves so insane – that Alisson has hinted that at the end of the Premier League season where we won the title and scored 99 points, our performance weren't good enough.

And considering we won 26 and only drew once in the first 27 games, they probably weren't!

We won a 2-0 win against Chelsea last time – and the signs were very good. Our backline looked safe, the midfield was controlled, and the attackers were electric.

Alisson also saved a penalty.

"We know we fell a bit, we don't know why," he told Sky Sports. "It wasn't something we wanted to do, but we knew we had to get back on our way if we were to fight for the title this season because I think the level is higher this season."

“It's just the beginning of the season, we had a difficult game against Leeds, it was an open game where anything can happen. It was 4-3 and a good game for anyone who watches football, but a really difficult game to play.

"Then you have Chelsea gone and they are tough opponents. And I really liked the way we went on the field from a mental perspective. I like the intensity of the game, I like the way As we defended, the opponent had some chances to score, but it was because of the quality of the opponent. But what I like was our mentality in this game. I think we're back on the right track. "

All the noises coming from Liverpool right now are generally positive – and we're excited to see where the squad is now.

The acquisitions of Thiago, Diogo Jota and Kostas Tsimikas have strengthened us – and the regular starters are all established winners and in the prime of their careers.

Provided they keep up their hunger, this team can do special things under the guidance of Jürgen Klopp.

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