Patrice Evra picked out one “caviar” moment from Andy Robertson after Liverpool beat Leicester 3-0.
The reigning Premier League champions comfortably beat one of their closest contenders for the title at Anfield on Sunday.
You can read 16 Conclusions on the comprehensive victory, secured by an own goal from Jonny Evans and strikes from Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino to lift Liverpool into second, behind leaders Tottenham on goal difference alone.
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Evra was particularly impressed with the performance of Robertson, who shone at left-back and has been in imperious form all season.
Former Manchester United defender Evra picked out his sublime cross for Jota’s goal as a “caviar” moment.
“Oh, I love it,” Evra told Sky Sports. “I think Robertson for so many years has been really consistent.
“Even if I feel there that Albrighton is being too quick. But what a delivery. I call it caviar. Voila!”
Evra even added some surprise support for striker Firmino, who capped a fine display with a header to make it 3-0 and silence his critics.
The Brazilian hit the post shortly beforehand and seemed set for another frustrating evening in front of goal before finally beating Kasper Schmeichel from a corner.
“Jurgen Klopp will be really pleased with his players. To be honest, we were happy,” he said.
“Even as a United fan, to be fair, when I saw Firmino score I was quite happy because he’s struggling a lot. He’s a great performer. That’s what I want to see.”
After host David Jones joked, “I never thought I’d see it from you, Patrice, celebrating a Liverpool goal,” Evra replied: “I was really surprised – I must be too tired. It’s been a long day.
“That’s why I was celebrating because I thought it was United playing!”