"You see today the level they can reach" - Rangers boss on Liverpool

Rangers boss Giovanni van Bronkhorst has given his verdict on his team's defeat to Liverpool at Anfield last night.

The Reds defeated the Glasgow-based club 2-0. Trent Alexander-Arnold and Mohamed Salah found the back of the net on the night.

Liverpool sit in second-place in Group A of the Champions League.

Despite losing the clash, Van Bronkhorst was pleased with his side's performance against the Reds.

As quoted by Anfield Watch on Twitter, he told the BBC the following: "Don't forget the opposition we are playing. You see today the level they can reach. The gap is obvious. You have to look at the squads - we are competing against one of the best sides in Europe.

"It doesn't mean you have to lose the game. I think we competed really well, and we will learn from this game. We should take those experiences into the next game and into the league."

Anfield Watch Verdict

To be fair to Rangers, they did defend reasonably well against Liverpool. But, they never really looked like scoring until the dying moments of the game.

So, Liverpool certainly deserved to claim the three points. The Reds needed a solid victory after drawing 3-3 with Brighton and Hove Albion last Saturday.

Liverpool will face Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium come Sunday. The Gunners are sitting at the top of the Premier League table.

Liverpool will have to be at their best if they are to secure the three points against Arsenal.

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