Andy Robertson said Liverpool are much stronger in defence compared to last season following the Red’s 2-0 win over Fulham on Sunday afternoon.
The Scot, who set up the second goal, was keen to point out the team’s transformation from a soft defensive unit into the sturdy back-line they are now.
“We scored a lot of goals last season but this season we have been solid at the back as well,’’ the left-back told BT Sport.
Goals from Mohamed Salah and substitute Xherdan Shaqiri briefly lifted Liverpool into first-place, before Man City later reclaimed top-spot with victory over Man United in the local derby.
“It was a difficult first half but in the second half I thought we controlled it,” Robertson added.