- Jurgen Klopp has described Arsenal's performance during their resounding win over Sevilla as 'impressive'
- The Gunners offered fans a glimpse of what to expect from next season after they demolished the La Liga giants 6-0 in a pre-season clash
- Gabriel Jesus and Bukayo Saka were in fine shape during the clash, with the duo scoring five goals between them
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has reacted to Arsenal's 6-0 huge win over La Liga giants Sevilla.
The Gunners used their last pre-season fixture to send their Premier League rivals a stern warning ahead of the new season.
New summer signing Gabriel Jesus was crucial in their resounding win over the Spanish giants as he registered a hat-trick to take his tally to seven goals in the pre-season.
Bukayo Saka and Eddie Nketiah were the other players who found the back of the net during the tie, with the former scoring a brace.
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Arsenal's win did not escape the eye of Klopp, who could not help himself but comment on the Gunners' performance.
Speaking ahead of Liverpool's Community Shield meeting with Manchester City, Klopp described Arsenal’s win over Sevilla as 'impressive.'
"Arsenal, I saw the result, pretty impressive today – 6-0 against Sevilla," Klopp told ITV Sport via Metro UK.
"I don’t think that ever happened to Sevilla to be hones," he added.
Mikel Arteta hails his Arsenal players after Sevilla win
Meanwhile, Arteta was left buzzing after his side's spectacular performance against Sevilla, taking some time to praise his charges for the win.
However, the Spaniard was quick to warn that there is still room for improvement.
"Obviously, it’s a big score but there are still a lot of things that we need to improve," he noted.
After a successful pre-season campaign, Arsenal will be shifting their focus to the upcoming Premier League season, where they will be looking to improve on their fifth-place finish last term.
Liverpool wins Community Shield
Earlier, Sports Brief reported Liverpool had the better of Premier League champions Manchester City in the 100th edition of the Community Shield on Saturday evening
Goals from new signing Darwin Nunez, Mohamed Salah and Trent Alexander-Arnold were enough to hand Jurgen Klopp's charges the first piece of silverware of the new season
Liverpool's triumph over fierce rivals Manchester City is the Reds' first Community Shield success since 2006