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The German said: "I know exactly how good he is".

Hazard is in a vein of such rare form that Chelsea's manager Maurizio Sarri later on Friday hailed the Belgian as a "genius" who could go on to be recognised as the world's best player if he improved his training.

Mauricio Pochettino's side have been playing their home games at Wembley while their delayed new arena is built, but because the national Stadium was not ready after the Anthony Joshua boxing match on Saturday, they were forced to borrow Milton Keynes Dons' ground.

Klopp's side are looking to make it seven wins on the bounce to open their Premier League account, keeping them top of the table in the process.

"It's hard to compare him with others, he's a genius I think, it's very hard". It was a hard match on Wednesday and it will be a very hard match tomorrow.

"We knew how Chelsea wanted to play but we gave them too much space and weren't compact enough", Klopp told BBC Sport.

"More continuity from the physical point of view, from the mental point of view".

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Liverpool led thanks to Daniel Sturridge's acrobatic effort, with Jurgen Klopp's men seeking to extend their victorious run at the start of 2018-19 to eight games despite resting Mohamed Salah. I don't think the ref has to see it (VAR). He's a special player who enjoys these one-on-one situations.

He said: "How do we defend Jorginho?" Then Willian is there, then (Mateo) Kovacic is running like a Formula 1 vehicle, and don't forget (N'Golo) Kante! If one 100 per cent challenge is made from four or five [possible challenges] then Eden Hazard can't do what he did.

At the London Stadium, West Ham gave Macclesfield, who now sit bottom of the entire Football League, a lesson in ruthless finishing.

"We had the chances to finish it. and we could have done better but they scored twice, we scored once, that's the result".

Klopp added: "Before we started it was clear that a game against Chelsea at Chelsea will not be a children's birthday or whatever, that's pretty intense".

Liverpool have won their opening six top-flight fixtures, but their early title credentials will be severely tested over the next couple of weeks as they follow up the Chelsea clash by welcoming champions Manchester City to Merseyside next Sunday.