Andrew Robertson Believes Liverpool Have Been Let Off The Leash

Liverpool stand-in skipper Andrew Robertson believes the Reds have been let off the leash following their 3-1 win against Wolves on Saturday. Robertson scored his first goal since May 2022 – also against Wolves – with five minutes left before Harvey Elliott’s shot deflected in off Hugo Bueno in stoppage time. It was a comeback started by Cody Gakpo’s second-half equaliser and extended Liverpool’s unbeaten run in the Premier League, stretching back to last season, to 16 games.

Robertson welcomed the clean slate for the Reds, who finished fifth last season, 22 points adrift of champions Manchester City. “It’s a new start. We’ve got a lot of new players, kind of a new way of playing and things like that. So I think we just feel free,” he told the club’s official website after a fourth straight win.

The stand-in skipper praised the team’s young players for playing with no fear and making good substitutions. “We’ve got good, exciting young players that sometimes you could probably see that in the first half where it was time to just put the foot on the ball and we were still maybe trying to force it. Then in the second half, they just came out, played with no fear and we made really good substitutions. Darwin caused problems, Harvey caused problems and Luis Diaz comes on at half-time.”

Robertson also noted that the squad can only get stronger with Trent Alexander-Arnold and Thiago still missing from the squad. “We’ve got a strong squad, we’ve still got players obviously missing with Trent and Thiago. They weren’t in the squad so we can only get stronger. But if we keep everyone fit, we believe that we’ve got a squad that can compete, and we need to keep on showing that.”

Wolves Dominate The First Half

Hwang Hee-chan gave Wolves an early lead and the hosts dominated the majority of the first half, with Matheus Cunha missing a golden chance to double their lead. Defeat means Gary O’Neil’s side have lost four of their opening five league games, despite promising performances under the new head coach.

Pedro Neto told the club’s official website: “Like the coach said after the game against Manchester United, we cannot perform at this kind of level and have this kind of game – the first half we dominated the game – and get out of it with zero points. We’re feeling it a lot, but we have to continue to work, we have to take points. We have to continue to do these first halves and take what we did in the first half into the second half.”


Liverpool have started the season off strong with four consecutive wins and a clean slate for the team. Andrew Robertson believes they have been let off the leash and are ready to compete with their strong squad. Wolves put up a good fight but were unable to take any points from the game, leaving them with four losses in their opening five league games. Despite their losses, they have shown promise under new head coach Gary O’Neil and will be looking to turn things around as they continue their season.

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