By Alex Taylor

Jamie Carragher has hailed Liverpool’s “special” second-half performance against Swansea on Saturday – and claimed the 2-1 win was more impressive than the 5-1 demolition of Hull a week previously.

The Merseyside outfit beat the Swans 2-1 after a Roberto Firmino strike cancelled out Leroy Fer’s opener before James Milner converted a late penalty to win the game.

The goal gave the Reds their fifth win in five matches after winning all of their September fixtures.

“More impressive result than Hull last week that,” Carragher said on hi  personal Twitter account. “Playing poorly 1-0 down at halftime, so a great turnaround and performance second half.”

The win extends Jurgen Klopp’s unbeaten run to seven games in all competitions as the German boss continues his revolution at Anfield this term.

Despite the victory Merseyside fans will be waiting nervously for news on Adam Lallana.

The England midfielder was withdrawn from the clash early in the first half after appearing to injure his groin while being caught in possession.

The Reds now face Manchester United, West Brom and Tottenham at home before traveling to Crystal Palace on the 29th of October.

In other Liverpool news, owner John Henry has suggested that fan protests over ticket prices has put further Anfield expansion at risk  – and fans have reacted with anger to the news on Twitter.