Liverpool should not get over excited about beating Bournemouth.
Liverpool won their first game under Jurgen Klopp's management last night, ending a record of three consecutive draws.
The Reds beat Bournemouth 1-0 through a goal from defender Nathaniel Clyne.
Klopp celebrated triumphantly at the final whistle, and of course he can maintain that four games in he remains unbeaten.
Post game though there was a rebuke for him via Twitter from Apprentice host Lord Sugar, a former chairman of Tottenham Hotspur.
He suggested a narrow win over Bournemouth was nothing to be proud of considering their recent results.
Mr Klopp has got his first win as the boss of the Kop. However it was 1 nil against Bournemouth who lost to Spurs big time Sunday— Lord Sugar (@Lord_Sugar) October 28, 2015
Tottenham beat Bournemouth 5-1 away from home and Manchester City hammered them by the same scoreline a week earlier.
The Cherries gave as good as they could against Liverpool last night, having five shots on target to the hosts' six and 49 per cent of possession.
Despite Sugar's suggestion that Liverpool should have won by more, Bournemouth are too good to be league whipping boys are were due an improvement, while the Reds are simply glad to get a win under their belts and a confidence boost ahead of this weekend's fixture with Jose Mourinho's Chelsea.