Brendan Rodgers and pay per head services following Liverpool praised the “telepathic” understanding between Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez, after the Reds defeated Crystal Palace 3-1.
On Saturday, the players were both on the scoresheet at Anfield, as they took their tally to 12 goals between them in nine Premier League games they made.
Pay per head services saw Suarez score the first after a smart one-two with Jose Enrique, before the player kept his balance to shoot past Julian Speroni.
And Sturridge doubled the advantage by the 17th minute, twisting and turning on the left past Joel Ward before firing for a fine solo goal across the goalkeeper which impressed fans and pay per head services alike.
Before half-time, Steven Gerrard made it 3-0 from the penalty spot before Dwight Gayle pulled one back for Palace in the second half with a near-post header.
And pay per head services found out that Rodgers was especially pleased with the impact of his strike partnership in the comfortable win.
He told Sky Sports News: “Him (Suarez) and Daniel Sturridge were terrific up there and you could see the link-up play between them and the way they combine.
“They’ve got that telepathic idea of where each other are going to be. It was great to see and very encouraging.
“You do drills and exercises in training to improve it (the partnership) but it’s about putting that onto the field.
“I always feel that really good players are on the same wave length and those two are.”
Rodgers felt that in the second half his side’s performance dipped, but price per head services learned that he was pleased to get the three points.
He added: “Our play in the attacking third in the first half was exceptional.
“In the second half we were comfortable in the game, it didn’t quite materialise but you have to give credit to Crystal Palace, they worked very hard.
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“Overall three points was the aim, we’re pleased with the result and we hope to improve on our performance level.”