Liverpool Fans Absolutely Love What Gentleman Mo Salah Gave To James Milner

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This is the first time in a while that the Reds will play before Manchester City, meaning that they will have a chance to go top of the table for few hours by beating the Cherries. Then it was fluent, then it was good and really hard for Bournemouth. We've played a lot of games in quick succession and we keep getting results. Nobody knows what that means, nobody.

The goal saw Salah become the quickest player to reach 40 Premier League goals for the Reds - doing so in just 52 games - although replays showed that the Egyptian had just strayed offside when Firmino released his initial shot.

"The boys really fight for each yard". That's nice but it's only for today, today is the Bournemouth celebration day: let's go home, eat, sleep and recover immediately.

"Tomorrow, little session; Monday, little season; and Tuesday, Napoli". That's how it is, that's the life [and] it's OK.

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Nobody should be surprised about that!

"He wanted to help with runs in behind and him scoring three goals is big for him and very important for us".

This display was a far cry from the disjointed showing in Liverpool's 4-3 loss at the same ground two years ago, with a clear difference in personnel coming in the form of Alisson and Virgil van Dijk.

Of course a lot but we all know that.

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This was better than his hattrick today absolutely class (@Bhavithofficial)That's the spirit. When you've got a player like Salah, he can take a game away from any team.

James Milner starts in midfield to commemorate his 500th Premier League appearance, with Jurgen Klopp reverting to the 4-3-3 formation.

"The performance [gives us encouragement]".

"If that has gone, or the suggestion is you're not allowed to make those tackles that our lads made last night, and it's been replaced by cheating, I absolutely am happy to be old-fashioned".

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