Trent Alexander-Arnold believes Liverpool’s resilient attitude has shone through during a week of three close-fought victories.
The Reds went behind against Burnley on March 10, despite appeals for a foul on goalkeeper Alisson, but recovered to win 4-2 thanks to doubles from Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino.
Jurgen Klopp’s side then saw a lead erased against Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena, but second-half goals from Virgil van Dijk and Mane, who had got the opener, led them to a 3-1 Champions League triumph.
They wrapped up a perfect week thanks to a late James Milner penalty, clinching a 2-1 win at Fulham after a 74th-minute howler from Van Dijk almost cost them victory.
“To be able to bounce back and show our character was good for us,” said Alexander-Arnold.
“These are the ones that maybe go unnoticed during the season, but they are vitally important for us.
“And I think we will probably look back at the end of the season and think that, whatever the outcome may be, [the Fulham] game was important for us.
“The full week – the goals we have conceded at home to Burnley, when we went down at home, it was tough going to Bayern, and then conceding a late equaliser against Fulham was tough.
“Mentally we have been through a lot of tests this week, but come out with three wins and that’s all you can ask from the lads.”