Hull City continued their impressive performance on Saturday against Liverpool at the KCom stadium.  

The Tigers held Manchester United to a goalless draw last week at Old Trafford and proved it wasn’t a fluke by devouring Liverpool. 
The tigers scored their first goal towards the end of the first half through their debutant  N’Diaye before Everton-reject Niasse make it two in the second half but the result would have been more embarrassing, if Abel Hernandez had converted his chances. 

Marco Silva have instilled believe in his players and will hope that his players will continue on this path for their visit to the Emirate Stadium against Arsenal next week. 

Now, Liverpool are looking like a shadow of the team that mesmerized opposition defenders just few months ago. They are yet to record a win in the premier league this 2017 in fact their last known victory was on 31th December,2016. In their last 10 outings in all competitions, they have only one win against Plymouth in the FA Cup.

Surprisingly, Liverpool have not lost against any of the top six teams in the premier league, they have gained 13 points from the possible 21 points on offer from them but they have lost to likes of Swansea and Hull City recently which is in sharp contrast to their performance against the top teams in the premier league.  

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has a big task on his hands now to ensure a top four finish at least.