Liverpool travelled to Huddersfield town last weekend for their ninth match in the English Premier League.
The game once again showed Liverpool were not at their best as they narrowly defeated Huddersfield Town.
Egypt international and Liverpool striker, Mo Salah gave the Reds their lone goal which happens to be his 50th goal in the Premier League.
However, Liverpool left back defender, Andrew Robertson disclosed that the recent win over Huddersfield is a warning to other football clubs.
According to Robertson, the Reds were not hundred per cent brilliant but the game against Huddersfield was a message to other football clubs that Liverpool can score even if they are not at their best.
He said Liverpool had to win the game against Huddersfield if they really want to challenge other teams, he, however, hinted that the Reds ‘will play better’ in their next games.
Andrew Robertson acknowledged that the game against Huddersfield was a ‘tough one against a good side’ but he revealed that what mattered most was getting the three points.
Liverpool FC are currently seated at the 2nd spot adrift Man City.
The Reds will be back in action on Wednesday for their Uefa Champions League match against Red Belgrade.