After what seems like an eternity, the Premier League is back, and Liverpool already have their eyes on the title after a 4-1 rout against Norwich.
Despite the look of the scoreline, the newly-promoted side actually played some decent football at times, but their insistence of playing the same brand of football that got them promoted was their ultimate downfall.
The reigning European Champions took the lead early on through a Grant Hanley own goal, before Mohamed Salah quickly made it 2-0.
Goals from Virgil van Dijk and Divock Origi saw Liverpool take a 4-0 lead before the half time interval, with Teemu Pukki netted a second half consolation for the Canaries.
Having registered his first assist of the season, Liverpool full-back and assist king Trent Alexander-Arnold says that Jurgen Klopp’s side are already eyeing up the title, while he is trying to improve on his already impressive output from last season.
“We did something special last season but none of that matters now. We’ve got to focus on this season and hopefully we can go one better in the league,” Alexander-Arnold told Sky Sports.
“I want a better output, to create as many chances as I can for the team. As full-backs, we get forward as much as we can, as well as defend. And we want to keep more clean sheets. We kept a lot last season but we can get better.”