Mane scores as Liverpool beats Palace 1-0 in Premier League

Mane scores as Liverpool beats Palace 1-0 in Premier League

He said: "They were well balanced and had a real good go".

The Reds' title aspirations were called into question on the opening weekend of the season after conceding sloppy goals in their 3-3 draw with Watford, as familiar frailties came to the fore at Vicarage Road.

Klopp made five changes to the team that started the Champions League play-off win at Hoffenheim in midweek and surprisingly left summer signing Mohamed Salah on the bench.

"We played nearly 90 minutes very solid", De Boer, who endured a 3-0 home defeat to Huddersfield Town in his first league match in charge, told Sky Sports.

Jurgen Klopp knows exactly how important the attacking midfielder is to the club's fortunes, and he will hate the fact that he is being forced to constantly leave his best player out of the squad.

Missing Adam Lallana, Nathaniel Clyne and Philippe Coutinho through injury, Liverpool had precious little to really cheer until Mane struck to defeat a determined Palace side.

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This was far from vintage Liverpool who, for once, struggled in front of goal despite peppering the Palace defence with 16 shots - half of them on target.

Liverpool should have taken the lead early on with debutant Andrew Robertson whipping in a wonderful cross and Joel Matip somehow headed wide with the goal gaping and Wayne Hennessey nowhere to be seen.

"It was hard. We could have played a little clearer in the first half. We wanted to make it really tight for them and wait for our chances". It was a nice goal and we deserved it a lot. "I saw a team who wants to fight for one another".

Crystal Palace have lost six of their past seven games in the Premier League, failing to score in each defeat.

The pundits did touch on the Eagles' display though, with former Reds man Danny Murphy praising the Eagles.

"It was frustrating at times but the main thing was to get three points and we managed to get that and it was good to get a good performance defensively and a clean sheet".