England global Oxlade-Chamberlian told The Guardian that the "amazing atmosphere" he played under against City is like no other he has experienced.
Oxlade-Chamberlain was, in truth, being unduly harsh on himself but, equally, there was something refreshing about listening to this articulate 24-year-old talk with such maturity and candour.
Asked about Oxlade-Chamberlain's improvement since his arrival at Anfield, Klopp replied: 'That's all because of his potential, because of his quality.
Wenger certainly can not be criticised for a lack of patience with his protege, having sat through his fair share of tortuous performances while supporting Oxlade-Chamberlain in the face of burgeoning criticism.
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The pair, who are both graduates of the Southampton academy, spent six years together as teammates at the Emirates, playing a combined total of 595 games and scoring 128 goals during their respective time at the club.
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"That's what we were hoping for, that when he came here he could make the next step with us, but it was never because of Arsenal or Arsene Wenger, it was always only because some things didn't work out that well any more".
'Sometimes it's only about changing circumstances, that's it.
Being in a different place, if you're aware of your different problems....he knew he had to change something.
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"I think they were both treading water at Arsenal, it's as simple as that", Redknapp said on Sky Sports. "It was always "I could do more" or 'I could have done something more".
"Alex I would say has probably done slightly better out of the two".
"From the first day he was ready for hard work".
Oxlade-Chamberlain, who made it 2-0 with a long-range strike beyond City goalkeeper Ederson, admitted the home support was "unbelievable" - and not just during the game. It gives you an opportunity to do things in a new way and that has helped him.
"We can't make him quicker - we don't have to".
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'It was never because of Arsenal or Arsene. He is an outstanding talent with a lot of things to improve.