The Reds had dropped six points in their past four best flight diversions however two objectives each by Sadio Mane and Virgil van Dijk, just as another from Divock Origi, helped them to their greatest success of the period.
“These young men are exceptional and today they indicated so much enthusiasm.”
With 10 rounds of the alliance season left, Liverpool remain one point clear of closest adversaries Manchester City, who beat West Ham 1-0 on Wednesday.
Klopp’s side were 2-0 ahead in 20 minutes as Senegal forward Mane headed the first before multiplying the lead with a crazy backheel, Trent Alexander-Arnold giving the two helps.
Klopp went on the pitch at the full-time whistle to commend Liverpool’s fans and made a beeline for the changing area with an immense grin and his arm hung around Alexander-Arnold’s shoulder.
The 20-year-old England safeguard denoted his arrival to the side, in the wake of being let alone for Sunday’s draw at Manchester United, with an exceptional exhibition as poor Watford were put to the sword.
Alexander-Arnold’s pace caused the Hornets’ barrier a wide range of issues while Adam Masina had a torrid time on account of Salah.
This was a convenient come back to winning ways for Liverpool after one win in their past five class and glass recreations.
Mane’s header set them on their way however it was his second which demonstrated Liverpool had their swagger back – a breathtaking backheel past Foster.
Origi has been an observer for the majority of the period, yet with Roberto Firmino missing on account of a lower leg damage, the Belgium forward denoted his uncommon appearance with a right-foot complete before the Kop.
Prior to this diversion, Van Dijk had scored one objective for his club this season however found the net twice over the course of about three minutes as Watford collapsed.
Liverpool will confront harder adversaries amid the run-in, while they will be supplanted at the highest point of the table on Saturday if City maintain a strategic distance from annihilation at Bournemouth as Klopp’s side are not in real life until Sunday at Everton.
Notwithstanding, there is new positive thinking at Anfield after a reverberating success.
We have 69 points, included Klopp.
“We could have had 75 however we are having a great season. How about we appreciate the ride and see where it takes us.