Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah refused his man of the match award following his hat-trick against Bournemouth, opting instead to hand it to teammate James Milner on his 500th Premier League appearance. We will see what we will do but we have other options of course. In the end when you see how it developed, especially with the scoreline at the end, it is flawless, but in the game we had a lot of things we could have done better.
"We were well in the game at 1-0 down and I thought we were set up to have a really good second half".
The Egypt worldwide had not scored in three games before Saturday's game, but took the match ball home as Liverpool equalled their record of 17 Premier League matches unbeaten. "Six weeks for us is massive, I can't even count the games in that period, but that means as well that he will be back for a big part of the season still and that's good".
The Reds aren't giving up the chase and with Salah in that kind of form, Jurgen Klopp's men are well in the running. I know expectations of me are very high but the most important...
He wasn't finished just yet as he topped off his afternoon with an outrageous goal where he toyed with the Bournemouth defence and goalkeeper Asmir Begovic.
Another game, another clean sheet for Alisson Becker. That's nice but it's only for today, today is the Bournemouth celebration day: let's go home, eat, sleep and recover immediately.
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Liverpool equalled their 2008 club-record unbeaten Premier League run of 17 matches with their rout at Dean Court.
And it was three of those introduced to the side from Wednesday's 2-2 draw with Arsenal that scored in the first-half with Ashley Young, Juan Mata and Romelu Lukaku on target.
"The frustration would be with the second, third and fourth goals".
Every celebration was very low-key from the Liverpool No.11, in particular the second goal he scored in the 48th minute.
Ralph Hasenhüttl's start to life as Southampton manager got off to a bad start as Callum Paterson scored the victor in a 1-0 victory to move Cardiff up to 14th and three points clear of the bottom three.
The vultures will no doubt be circling over Old Trafford once again after draws at home to Arsenal and away at Southampton saw Manchester United slip to eighth in the table amid continued rumors of Jose Mourinho's hard relationship with his players.