"It was an injury caused by an impact, like almost all the injuries I've had in my career, so I know it's just a case of when it's fully healed I'm good to go again", said Gomez regarding his absence.
On whether Liverpool were "lucky" to get a point... "I didn't know that in the game and at half-time nobody told me, I didn't ask". But that's actually the only reason why he could think that - and a couple of other set-pieces where they were really strong. It's a deep defending side and we have to cope with that and create'.
"I am not a nervous person and so I was never nervous before we won the first title at Dortmund".
His answer, again, seemed more about reassuring himself and those around him that everything was fine, despite a wobble at West Ham which was clear for all to see.
"Because of our situation, last night we trained and had to change three positions". I see your faces already, you feel a bit sorry with us.
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'The last play of the game, Origi missed that goal. But the point is absolutely deserved.
It was proof that the brilliant Anderson was here to take the fight to Klopp's side, and evidence that West Ham were not about to be intimidated by the league leaders. They defended well, that is true.
It was in defence that he was most frequently troubled, failing to track Michail Antonio for West Ham's equaliser and then playing Declan Rice onside as the midfielder went close to heading a second before the break.
"They have quality - no doubt about that".
Liverpool have kept six clean sheets away from home in the Premier League this season, one more than they did in the whole of 2017-18.