Shaqiri is battling with a host of exciting forwards at Liverpool for a place in Klopp's side, with Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane ahead of him in the pecking order.
"The start of the game was fantastic". I was confident, so I was not happy that they did not allow me.
The Chelsea man came through a hard end to his Everton days as well as a serious hamstring injury at the start of his Stamford Bridge career to establish himself in the first-team picture under Maurizio Sarri, and he feels he deserves to be back in the squad after maturing on and off the pitch.
Man City and Liverpool are regarded by many as the two title favourites - but the London clubs certainly look like they're in with a shout. They were a completely different standard to Southampton.
"They're such an impressive outfit". They have sneaked under the radar a bit and if Hazard keeps this form up you wouldn't rule them out being in the chase up until May.
While Van Dijk said it showed how much of a threat the Reds posed to the defending champions, he felt greater consistency over the course of the season would be the key to a title challenge.
Fowler told Sky Sports News: "Look, I don't think they're playing as well as what we as fans and I think Jurgen the manager wants". "As Riyad, I've been practicing [penalties]".
Barkley has not played for the Three Lions since the friendly against Australia prior to Euro 2016, but was handed a recall last week by Gareth Southgate as England continue their Nations League campaign against Croatia and Spain.
The two sides - along with Chelsea - are all locked on 20 points at the top of the Premier League table, separated only by goal difference after Sunday's matches.
Usually, by the time we've trained and I've had treatment and eaten at the training ground, it might be six or seven o'clock so when I'm back home around eight, I'll just put my feet up and be ready for the next day.