Five days after becoming world coach of the year, team manager Jürgen Klopp's Liverpool Premier League title has given him a lucky win.
At the start of the seventh game day, the Champions League winner defeated progressive Sheffield United 1-0 (0-0) and remain at the top of the table with a perfect record of seven wins.
Georginio Wijnaldum (70) scored the decisive goal for the Reds with the first shot of the guests in the oldest stadium in the world, with the benevolent assistance of Blades keeper Dean Henderson, who let the long shot roll through his hands and legs.
Oliver McBurnie (4th) and Callum Robinson (21st) had the best chances to put the home side ahead. The first noteworthy action for Liverpool had superstar Mohamed Salah (26), who narrowly missed the goal. Sadio Mané (43 ') hit the post five meters from the break just before half-time.
Liverpool goalkeeper Adrián stunned Oliver Norwood (64.) in the lead for Sheffield before Henderson took the lead and his team's performance was extremely badly ruined. In the fourth attempt, it was the Reds' first victory in the Premier League at Bramall Lane.