I had a feeling he might start after Klopp chose him for the decisive 10 minutes in the game against Everton... clearly he saw something in training that suggested he's turned a corner. What did you think about his performance? I think the most endearing feature of Adam's game for Klopp is his off-the-ball work; in 2016-17 he was the leader and the trigger of our pressing game – goals and assists were a bonus. As he had been slowly building up his fitness coming back from an injury (and it is a slow process with him, unfortunately), that part of his game was almost completely gone – all that remained were the little turns and tricks that fooled nobody. However, with the off-the-ball part looking to be back in place, he's an exponentially more useful player, one who combines the work-rate of a midfielder with link-up play and creativity of an AM. It's possible that Lallana (alternating with Milner) is going to be the one who will carry the torch in attacking midfield until Ox is back and ready. I also hope Keita is watching closely and trying to understand why Lallana can be selected ahead of him in midfield. Statistically, Naby is already one of our best pressers of the ball, but he needs to learn that what gets the fans and the manager on your side and ultimately wins you the job of a Liverpool midfielder is those moments when you go to press the opposition goalkeeper with seemingly no hope of winning the ball, or throwing yourself into a block on the edge of the opponent's penalty box as Lallana did yesterday, or taking out the opposition's best player with a firm, but legal challenge, Milner-style. Liverpool is not a team where you can play within yourself and get away with it just based on your talent – let's hope Lallana's example can illustrate this point very clearly.