Brendan Rodgers has said that he is delighted to see his team capitalising on Steven Gerrard’s set piece delivery.
The England captain played a hand in all four goals in the win over Fulham on Saturday before being withdrawn after 67 minutes as a precautionary measure.
And Rodgers wants his players to continue to make the most of Gerrard’s dead ball delivery from here on in.
“I’ve said to the players that after being here a year and having assessed Steven, I felt that his delivery is as good as it gets,” Rodgers said.
“There’s no-one who delivers a ball like Steven Gerrard. I felt the other players weren’t utilising the quality that we have in his delivery.
“I just asked the players to be much more aggressive when they try to attack the ball; try and win the battle with your defender; try to use your arm to get to the ball.
“Every week, I tell him where I want the ball and he puts it there and you’ve seen in the two goals – a free-kick and a corner – we’ve got incrediblequality on his delivery.”