Liverpool’s “Mentality Monsters” Prove Depth Key to Their Success in Premier League Season This year, it feels that the term “Mentality Monsters” should be emblazoned on the front of Liverpool’s shirts instead of their Standard Chartered sponsorship, following the Premier League season. Jurgen Klopp coined that term after the hallucination of the 4-0 comeback over Barcelona in 2019, which has since been adopted as a fitting description of Liverpool’s resilience and ability to turn matches around. They have collected 18 points this season in games they’ve trailed, which highlights their ability to never give in and find a way back into matches. The Reds have an explanation for their success- their depth. Their squad boasts an array of substitutes who have been able to affect matches from the bench, keeping their depth sharp. With 19 outfield players having received 500 minutes or more this season in all competitions, Liverpool has more options to choose from compared to their rivals Arsenal and Manchester City. As Liverpool continues to succeed, their depth remains one of their key advantages in the Premier League. Overall, the dynamic of the Premier League has been an exciting spectacle this year, with surprising results and standout performances from clubs like Aston Villa, providing a different perspective on the season independent of Liverpool’s ongoing successes.