Van Dijk features guarded solidarity as key to Liverpool flood

Liverpool’s amazing move to the highest point of the Premier League has been based on the establishments of a strong back-line in which each protector frequently makes a key commitment, focus back Virgil van Dijk said.

Dutchman Van Dijk, who joined the club from Southampton in January for an announced 75 million pounds ($95 million) has turned into the lynchpin of a guard that has surrendered just seven objectives in 19 coordinates and helped Liverpool move six points clear.

Be that as it may, the Netherlands commander said the kinship in Juergen Klopp’s side has assumed a noteworthy job in helping unbeaten Liverpool take care of at the back as they hope to guarantee a first English title for a long time.

“I let them know, it is we all, we all together, working all day every day,” Van Dijk told the club’s legitimate site.

“Now and again I have not exactly great a diversion, possibly at that point (left back Andrew) Robertson, perhaps another person, that is in every case how it is in football.

“It’s about how we do it together. ‘Together’ is the key in this else you can’t quit yielding objectives.”

The Merseyside club top the table on 51 points, six in front of Tottenham Hotspur and seven in front of protecting victors Manchester City, who they visit in a key challenge on Jan. 3.

In any case, the Dutchman said the club had far to go in the event that they wished to change over the solid begin an effective battle.

“What’s imperative is we have to continue onward; we can’t be happy with what we have right now since we don’t have anything right now.

Liverpool will look keep up their preference at the best when they have fifth-set Arsenal in the group on Saturday.

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