Opinion: This is just the beginning from Jürgen Klopp's Liverpool

The 4-3 victory at the Emirates was a great opening day spectacle from Liverpool and Arsenal and is just the start and there is a lot more to come from Jurgen Klopp's side.

Opinion: This is just the beginning from Jürgen Klopp's Liverpool
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The opening day of a Premier League campaign has perhaps seen but a few better first matches.

Liverpool took their penchant for the dramatic to another level against Arsenal on their own patch, by edging a goalfest which ended 4-3 in favour of the visitors.

It wasn't an immaculate display from Klopp's men. They had their imperfections - but does it really matter when your attack is so good that your opposition is all done and dusted even before they begin to try and assert themselves?

It's exactly what Klopp's men did. In a spell of 20 minutes, they ripped Arsenal's inexperienced defence to shreds with goals coming from Philippe Coutinho, Sadio Mane and Adam Lallana.

Arsenal tried to stage a comeback but ultimately failed even after getting two goals back in the second half through Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Calum Chambers.

They came after Theo Walcott put them in the lead in the first half. Liverpool's defence looked shaky, but they held on as the Reds got their first win of the season.

Liverpool fans will be hoping that this dramatic victory is the start of something special for them this season, given that they will most probably have a stronger team once everyone in the squad is fit.

Shaky Simon cannot be trusted 

New signing Loris Karius looks the better fit for the future than Simon Mignolet (Source:eurosport)

Liverpool's defensive solidity has come into question many-a-time under Klopp and Simon Mignolet might not have done much wrong against Arsenal, but Loris Karius looks like he will be the one for Klopp when he is back from injury.

No new signings so far in the window means that Alberto Moreno's place in the team is safe at left-back, for now. He has been suspect of his defensive duties but his attacking support is something that Klopp obviously considers important.

For more solidity, James Milner's wide range of positions will be taken advanatage of by Klopp as the season rolls on and the Englishman looks like he might fill on for the inconsistent Spaniard. Nathaniel Clyne looked solid as always and he is someone that can always be counted upon.

The pairing of Dejan Lovren and Ragnar Klavan looked short of the qualities that the ideal centre back pairing of Mamadou Sakho and Joel Matip would offer, but they both got the job done. Matip and Sakho fit better into Klopp's system and therefore will surely be the first-choice pairing when fully fit.

Energy in the middle with Jordan, Adam and Wijnaldum

The trio of Jordan Henderson, Adam Lallana and Georginio Wijnaldum proved to be a good combination to play in midfield for Klopp, even though he was missing Emre Can until the second-half due to a lack of match fitness. 

Henderson has grown as a player and as a leader for the team while Wijnaldum looked better as the went on and looked more comfortable in playing the way his manager wants him to.

Lallana put behind a bad first-half with an expertly taken goal after the break, and it looks like now the Englishman has more output in his play and his contribution to the team.

Can has been a first-choice starter for the team and it will be interesting to see how he combines with Wijnaldum and Henderson, should that be the trio Klopp opts for.

Origi and Sturridge still haven't started

It is a testament to Klopp's focus on an attacking philosophy that his team scored four goals even without a proper striker playing, like Divock Origi or Daniel Sturridge. Firmino did a good job as a 'false nine' and linked up well with Sadio Mane and Coutinho for the goals.

Mane had a superb debut. His solo effort was a delight to watch and fans will be hoping that the winger can continue with his rich vein of form.

Coutinho showed in the game, exactly why he's called the star of this Liverpool side. He took a 30-yard free kick expertly and spinned it into the top corner before finishing off a brilliant team move with a superbly-taken shot that Cech had no answer to.

When Sturridge does come back, Klopp would be wary enough to play the forward selectively so as to avoid further injuries.

It's fair to say that an exciting season is in store for the club and that Klopp's men have got it all to do to live up to the fans' expectations of them this season.