Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers (L) instructs Jordan Henderson during their English Premier League soccer match against Manchester United at Old Trafford in Manchester, northern England December 14, 2014.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers (L) instructs Jordan Henderson REUTERS/Phil Noble

Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson revealed that the Reds have their own version of a three-headed monster upfront.

Adam Lallana, Philippe Coutinho, and Raheem Sterling proved to be a dangerous combination amongst themselves, as they were able to terrorise Swansea City's defense on Tuesday.

Coutinho tallied one assist and Lallana went home smiling with two goals. But there's no point in doubting Sterling who was just unfortunate in hitting the woodwork twice.

"Lallana and Coutinho are playing in a more advanced position behind Raheem and I think they've been outstanding," Henderson told following the 4-1 win over Swansea.

"Those three have caused teams real problems. Again tonight they were outstanding. They were a real threat going forward, but they also did the dirty work as well in defending, so that was very pleasing for us."

"I thought from start to finish we were very good, the intensity was good. We created a lot of chances and we defended well too. So it was very pleasing. It was a good performance and a good three points as well."

"I think the team is gelling really well at the minute. We're playing some great football and we're dominating games. So hopefully we can just keep working hard on the training field and put in performances like that."

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