Football Fans Reacts To Watford ending Liverpool's Unbeaten Run.

Liverpool on Saturday, saw a 44-match Premier League  unbeaten run, and an 18-games winning streak brought to an end by a shocking defeat away to Watford at the Vicarage road.

Ismaila Sarr brace and a Troy Deeney strike secured victory for the Hornets on an evening to forget for the visitors.

Watford boss Nigel Pearson, reacts to the out of the blue victory against the European championship, via the club's social media page saying;
"It's an important three points for us now. The side story is that it was against a side who were unbeaten." 
"It's great that the levels we hit today set our standards going forward. 

Watford's Captain Troy Deeney also spoke on the facinating win saying;
"Best performance by a country mile. No one gave us a hope for this one. Every man was right on it today." "It was a massive performance from us on the e"vening. We wanted it to be about us, and not them."

Van Dijk, who captained the reds, replacing injured club captain Jordan Henderson on the evening, spoke to Sky Sports post-match interview, and reflected honestly on a frustrating outing for the League leaders saying;
"First of all, credit to Watford. They deserved it if you look at the game, the chances they created. They stuck to their plan and obviously scored three goals. I don’t think we created too many big opportunities. So we shouldn’t take the credit away from Watford. Obviously we want to look at ourselves with most of the things and we have to. We have to improve again. It’s a tough one to take, but it’s football as well."

"The unbeaten records are only for the media, we didn’t even mention it once. We keep going, we want to win the next game ahead of us, that’s the FA Cup, and then we have Bournemouth at home, we have to return to winning ways"... Concluded the Dutchman.

Liverpool's manager, Jürgen Klopp in his post-match conference, acknowledged his side were far from the outstanding levels they’ve set themselves over the past two seasons, but believes the hosts are deserving of plenty of praise for the manner in which they took the game to their opponents.
"We have to start with the most important thing and that is congratulate Watford, well deserved."
"I am not surprised by the performance because it would mean I have never seen something like that before – and I have seen it a lot of times." 
"I think the 3-0 is a bit harsh but we had a big hand in that, so we don’t have to think about that. We have to move on and continue to win games."

With Liverpool's unbeating run coming to an end, it only means that even if they are eventually crowned Champions, they won't win it breaking Arsenal's record as the invicibles.

Arsenal still remains the only team in England, to have won the Premier League without losing a single game in the 2003/04 season under former manager Arsene Wenger.

They Played 38 games, Won 26, Draw 12 and Lost None!

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