Mohamed Salah's clinical first-half strike against Brighton helped confirm Liverpool's presence in the Champions League next term, and also saw the Egyptian break the record for most goals scored in a 38-game Premier League season.
And fellow summer signing Robertson, who arrived from Hull City a year ago, has admitted that he has been hugely impressed by Salah's displays this season.
It also ensured Salah claimed the Premier League golden boot, finishing two goals clear of Tottenham's Harry Kane - victor of the award in the previous two seasons - to add a sixth major individual honor to an already overflowing mantlepiece.
Thanks to the defeat at Chelsea last week Liverpool still need a point to guarantee Champions League football next season and Klopp has not been instructing his players to keep their focus on Brighton on Sunday afternoon without being willing to do so himself.
Next stop Kiev for the Champions League final against Real Madrid, who will provide a much tougher examination.
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He said he has done "nothing bad" and criticised those who had posted the material online "in bad faith". But the section of the guide sparked uproar, according to reports in Argentina, and has been scrapped.
"I noticed the same thing in the Champions League when AS Roma played against Real Madrid", he added.
Los Blancos have little to play for in the final weeks of the season, unlike Liverpool, but Jurgen Klopp now has two weeks to work on his team's tactics and keep them fresh and firing ahead of the tie.
"We have had a good season but now we have to deliver it all again". Wijnaldum admits. "Even before this game, nobody is talking about this game".
The England worldwide rattled in a rising drive off the underside of the bar to break his duck, Salah providing the final pass to set up the shooting opportunity. Real Madrid, the twelve-time European champions, will look to secure their third title in a row, while the Reds will be seeking to end that sequence, repeating their 2005 success in the process. The stand out performers of the season are obvious to most who kept a passing interest in the league.
Solanke had been at Chelsea since he was 8 but made a decision to leave in favour of more first-team opportunities at Liverpool after having played just 17 minutes of senior action. "We'll see if we can both continue it next season".