Salah, Coutinho Score As Liverpool Bounce Back With Big Win Vs Bournemouth

Dec 18, 2017, 00:44
Salah, Coutinho Score As Liverpool Bounce Back With Big Win Vs Bournemouth

"I have areas to improve and I know that, but I'm trying to do the things the manager wants".

Egypt's Mohamed Salah continued his unstoppable form since arriving at Liverpool this summer as he contributed a goal to the 4-0 mauling of Bournemouth on Sunday.

Klopp says there are reasons we are seeing a different Salah this time.

The win was Liverpool's first in three games after they failed to defeat Everton and West Brom at Anfield. Everyone's a quality player and the rest of us have to sneak our noses in there.

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"We were in a relegation battle in our first season, we were in a relegation battle in our second season and we're the same in the third season", he said.

Coutinho's goal was the highlight.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has admitted that the signing of Mo Salah was down to his scouting department.

Jürgen Klopp's men had led 2-0 and 3-1 in the fixture last December, only to lose 4-3 after a spirited late fightback from The Cherries. "I should have put some fresh legs in there, but they did so well at Liverpool that, I'm a new manager, I wanted to show some faith in those players".

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From the resulting corner, Lovren dived to head home after Firmino had somehow kept the ball in play.

"We could have scored more, but we didn't really give a lot away so it was well deserved and I enjoyed the performances". They are good - that's why they are at Liverpool - but they need to be consistently good because we are Liverpool. Junior Stanislas set up a good chance for Jermain Defoe before half-time, sending the striker clean through on goal - only to see him shoot against the left-hand post rather than into the net.

"We were flat, we never got going".

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