Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes Michael Oliver was right to disallow Aaron Ramsey's earlier goal during his side's goaless draw at Arsenal on Monday 24 August.

Arsene Wenger criticised the decision as believes the goal scored by the Wales midfielder was regular and could have changed the game in favour of his side.

But asked about that after the game, Rodgers said: "His shirt looks offside! It was a great decision by the linesman!"

The Manager indeed believes his side "could have had all three points" from the Emirates Stadium after dominating the first-half of the game, with Petr Cech saving two great chances from Christian Benteke and Philippe Coutinho.

"We definitely could have had all three points. Performance-wise, I was very happy with how we worked. In the first half in particular we created chances and should have been in front," he said.

"In the second half you expect some pressure but we defended that very well and always looked a threat going forward. Our performance level is growing all the time."

Rodgers, meanwhile, praised his "super organised" defence after the Merseysers earned a third successive clean sheet to continue their unbeaten start to the season.

"It means a lot that we've kept three clean sheets. Anyone who has followed my career as a youth coach into becoming a senior manager, it's all about the intensity of how we press and the cohesion in the team," he said.

"That was something that drifted last season, for sure. It was very important, especially with the number of new players coming in, that our defensive organisation was super organised against a top-class team. That will be the platform, with all our creative talent."