Roberto Firmino powers Liverpool past West Bromwich Albion

Jurgen Klopp warned that Liverpool shouldn't start dreaming of the Champions League despite cementing their place in the top four with a 1-0 win at West Bromwich Albion on Sunday.

Liverpool was the better team at The Hawthorns but almost got picked off late on in West Brom's only clear sight of goal. Click the right arrow above to find out.

And Klopp told his postmatch news conference: "It is one of the most hard places to come because in no game can you feel comfortable".

However, in claiming six points from successive trips to Stoke and West Brom, they have triumphed at two of the league's toughest venues where the hopes of many big teams have been sunk in recent years.

'Before you come here, you know what is going to happen. "Today we could only get to 66 points, so it feels flawless. I would have been happy for him, actually, if he'd scored this goal, but there was excitement until the end - which is pretty much always the way it is when we are involved".

It was generally a poor first half of football at the Hawthorns with the best early chance falling to Hal Robson-Kanu. "We scored a wonderful goal from a set-piece and in the second half we used the space and the movements were better".

"Somebody asked me which result would have kept me a little bit calmer in the last few minutes and I said only 4-0 after 86 minutes!"

The Brazil global scored in successive Premier League games to seal three points for the Merseyside outfit in their bid to secure a top-four finish.

And Liverpool's defensive vulnerability was exposed again when Robson-Kanu raced onto a simple ball over the top but he snatched at his shot and Simon Mignolet made a comfortable save.

"It will be an interesting challenge but as long as we see it as an opportunity, then we can really play football, like we did today".

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