So Arsenal didn’t turn up? That’s how it sounded when the media summed up the game. Maybe Arsenal turned up, saw what was coming so got out the way? Anyone would give a Juggernaut a wide berth! We looked brilliant almost from the off and it was more about the fact Arsenal just couldn’t handle what we were doing – I doubt whether too many other sides would have handled it either. Had this been one the Sky TV darlings playing the way Liverpool played the likes of Martin Tyler and Gary Neville would have been creaming themselves, as would the rest of the media. Arsenal were pummelled and left Anfield reasonably happy because the score was only four. Hoffenheim wilted under the same onslaught in the first twenty minutes in midweek and nobody questioned their desire. Then again, it’s open season for the Wenger abusers. Our second and fourth goals came about as the result of brilliant football not Arsenal’s lack of fight and first and third weren’t too bad either. When it comes to poor defending we’re experts but Arsenal were battered and that’s a difference. The fact we didn’t concede might suggest Arsenal’s front men weren’t up for it, but you’ve got to have the ball to be able to do things and they rarely got the ball. Karius still worried me though.