Stefan “Maestro” Baisetic Feels Love As Liverpool Show They Can Become “Solid”

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Stefan Bajcetic, the “maestro”, received a lot of love after his calm performance at Wolves as Liverpool hailed a “major victory” that was desperately needed.

A difference of a few days and eight changes can make a difference, eh?

Jurgen Klopp looked unhappy at Brighton, but the smile returned when his team defeated Wolves 1-0 and advanced to the next round of the FA Cup.

There was an energy and spark in the Reds that was too often absent, thanks to which Wolves scored only two shots on goal – an improvement over the nine from Brighton at the weekend.

This left Kaoimhin Kelleher with a more than manageable workload, and it was evidence that Liverpool was “compact and hard to break”.

“The form of our whole team was really good, very strong. We didn’t have a lot of shots or missed chances, so I think our overall form was really good,” Kelleher told LFCTV.

“[Klopp] has just said the last few days to go back to basics, do simple things and do them right. Make sure we are compact and hard to break, and we have shown that we are capable of it.”

Harvey Elliott’s long-range strike was enough to set up a date with Brighton in the fourth round, and he, along with Baisetic, were the two clear winners that night.

The pair were shown a lot of love in their comments when they took to social media to celebrate the win, and “class” and “maestro” are just two words his teammates used to describe Baisetic’s game:

 

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James Milner was happy to mark his return after five games with a “solid team win” and Elliott was also given a lot of love:

 Winning always leads to more interaction on social media, and the Reds certainly enjoyed their first triumph in 2023, but attention is already shifting to the “big game on the weekend”:

 

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You can’t get carried away with the events at Molineux, but this is certainly a step in the right direction for Klopp’s team. Hopefully the first of many.

And the next chance to make one of these steps will be for Chelsea at the beginning of Saturday’s start — the 9th against the 10th.

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