Jurgen Klopp says Mohamed Salah was absolutely brilliant in win at Bournemouth

Jurgen Klopp says Mohamed Salah was absolutely brilliant in win at Bournemouth

The Red Devils fan said: 'What's wrong with Mo Salah.

When losing in 2016, Liverpool conceded more goals in 37 minutes (four) than they have in all the other six visits to Bournemouth put together (three).

The Egypt worldwide was marginally offside for his first effort before dancing around the Cherries defence for his second and third goals.

Liverpool (12-0-3) remains one of two unbeaten clubs in the Premier League.

"A hat-trick for @MoSalah as @LFC romp home".

Paul Merson is backing Liverpool FC to ease to a comfortable win against Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Others lauded his prolific recent form after a relatively slow start to the season, with the striker now level at the top of the Premier League scoring charts with Arsenal forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Nobody knows what that means, this league is so hard to play.

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Alisson Becker has exhibited a wide range of skills during his early months at Liverpool, from stunning saves to calm distribution to launching counter-attacks. Klopp told his postmatch news conference. The third goal as well, how we set it up, that was good.

The No.13 chalked up his 10th clean sheet in the Premier League already by shutting out the Cherries.

"I can enjoy it [500th game] because we've won 4-0 but it's more something to look back on".

That shutout was preserved until the final whistle on the south coast and consolidated their position as the side with the best defensive record in the league.

Only two players in Premier League history have hit 40 goals in fewer games than Salah, with Alan Shearer and Andy Cole requiring just 45 apiece.

Liverpool will be waiting on Manchester City's result later in the day, with the hope that Pep Guardiola's side can drop points to rivals Chelsea.

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