Jamie Carragher: Liverpool legend ATTACKS Jurgen Klopp side after Arsenal draw

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Arsenal left back Sead Kolasinac believes his team have what it takes to stop Liverpool's pacey and tricky attackers when the two clubs meet at the Emirates.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp started with the "fab four" of Philippe Coutinho, Mo Salah, Firmino and Sadio Mane, and two of the elite group conjured Liverpool's 26th minute opener when James Milner sent Salah clear down the right flank. "And the five minutes were very decisive tonight".

And Carragher insists Liverpool can't keep relying on their forward players to outscore their opponents every game.

Liverpool's defensive capabilities have come under renewed criticism following a chaotic encounter at the Emirates Stadium. Klopp has joined Antonio Conte, Mauricio Pochettino and José Mourinho in accepting his team will not be crowned 2017-18 champions but remains wholeheartedly optimistic about their long-term prospects.

According to the Daily Star, he said "he [Mignolet] misjudged it".

Liverpool have enjoyed an impressive recent run of form against Arsenal, winning the reverse fixture 4-0 earlier in the season and winning both Premier League meetings during the last campaign. "Not the dream but a fantastic situation".

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Hopefully, Arsenal vs Liverpool is just the beginning of a thrilling next couple weeks of Premier League football.

"And then in this odd game, everybody probably thought first, "this is Liverpool's night" and then after these five minutes everybody thought "now it's Arsenal's night".

"Firstly they made a really good transfer in getting Mohamed Salah", he said. "We've got to become more boring". We were too far from each other; we were not compact or composed enough.

"All the goals were our fault and that's something we need to learn from because it seems to be a theme for us this year".

Coutinho and Ozil were two of the most talked about players heading into the clash with opposing fans embroiled in a long standing Twitter beef over who is the better player.