I'll pre cursor this as a bit of a rant to get it off my chest, rather than something I'm too worried about going forward. We've seen great examples of leadership over the last few years, and our game management has improved beyond recognition. But what were they doing last night? Even at 3-0 they didn't look comfortable at the back. Holes, no motorways were driven through at will. I thought half time would be good, klopp would get them to Tighten up. But they came out worse. After their 2nd goal, klopp was smiling on the sidelines. Where was Henderson? His play was very sloppy, but worse than that he seemingly made no attempt to improve our structure, or calm or slow things down. What about the other senior players? vvd, firmino these guys should be stepping up leadership wise talking, organising, motivating. Nothing last night. To finish on a positive, to change the shambles of midfield by taking off one of them and replacing with a striker (origi) which ultimately led to a victory was a stroke of genius. I hope (and expect) this is the last time we see a vacuum of leadership and direction on the pitch. We seem to have a happy habit of making our mistakes at the right time. Long may that continue.