Former Liverpool hero Luis Garcia believes it has now become “weird” if the Reds don’t score two or three goals in a game.
Liverpool are the highest scorers in the Premier League in 2016 with 65 goals so far, while they are also joint top with Manchester City this season alone with 24 after 10 matches.
The Reds have been exciting to watch this season and have not only scored the most goals in the top flight but have also created the most top flight chances with 147.
Jurgen Klopp has got his attack purring this season and Garcia believes they’re so good that when they don’t score two or three goals, it’s “weird”.
“They are doing an amazing job,” Garcia said to the club’s official website.
“It’s weird not to see them score two or three goals every game. I think also for the supporters it’s important to see a team that goes forward, is attacking and plays attractive football.
“The most important thing is the goals that the team are scoring; it was a lack of goals in the last few years that the team needed to improve on. Hopefully they can continue and we can see more of this football.”
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Culled from Squawka