Liverpool FC owner’s wife salutes Mo Salah after his hat-trick

Liverpool FC owner’s wife salutes Mo Salah after his hat-trick

Liverpool FC owner’s wife salutes Mo Salah after his hat-trick

The 27-year-old winger has scored three goals and supplied three assists since his summer move to Anfield and is becoming an important first-team player. "I really do have my doubts".

But while Salah was the clear standout in a 10-out-of-10 performance, he showed his humility as he fulfilled his post-match duties alongside Milner with Sky Sports. We were fine until that moment. "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". Second half not that much, but first half we controlled the game, which is exactly what we wanted to do.

Jurgen Klopp made five changes to his side from Wednesday's 3-1 win over Burnley as Andy Robertson, Fabinho, Gini Wijnaldum, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino returned to the starting eleven.

Burnley boss Sean Dyche accused Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge of diving to win a free-kick after the sides' midweek clash, leading Klopp to leap to the England forward's defence.

Bournemouth's Junior Stanislas and Liverpool's James Milner vie for the ball during the clubs' Premier League match at Vitality Stadium in Bournemouth on Saturday. "We want to enjoy it for as long as we can", Klopp said.

"United have a few issues with their manager and with different areas of their team but the bottom line is that they just can not seem to win a game - Wednesday's draw with Arsenal was their fourth league game in a row without a victory".

"I have many complaints".

But the Arsenal and German attacking midfielder has achieved a lot during his illustrious career, which is why many may still feel he is streaks ahead of Shaqiri. We just had to manage the score-line. This league is so hard to play in, but 42 points I usually had in April and now it is December.

"All the credit goes to the boys because they really fight for each other". That's nice but it's only for today, today is the Bournemouth celebration day: let's go home, eat, sleep and recover immediately.

"Aboubakar Kamara's penalty pulled a goal back for Fulham, but any hope of a fightback from the visitors was ended by a red card for Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa and Marcus Rashford added a fourth for the hosts".

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