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‘Chelsea “reject” has 20 goals already’ Liverpool Fans Rave About Salah While Taking A Dig At Chelsea



Liverpool put four past Bournemouth on Sunday evening and registered their fourth away win on the trot in the Premier League. Liverpool needed a win to get themselves up into the top-4 and goals from Philippe Coutinho, Dejan Lovren, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino ensured they skipped past Burnley and Arsenal in the process.

This win was undoubtedly such a motivation given that the Reds had only managed a 1-1 and 0-0 draw against Everton and West Brom earlier this month.

The floodgates opened in as early as the 20th min when Philippe Coutinho – who struck the post with a well-taken free-kick earlier in the game – scored with a neat finish right at the near post. The Brazilian has now been involved directly in 14 goals in his last 10 away games for the Reds with 8 goals and 6 assists.

Just six minutes later, Liverpool were two up, courtesy of Wijnaldum’s lovely flick into the area and Roberto Firmino’s brilliant effort to keep the ball in play. There still was a lot of work to be done and Lovren made sure he gave his side a comfort.

Bournemouth responded with purpose and a swift counter-attack saw Jermain Defoe go head to head against Simon Mignolet, only to be denied by the frame of the post. His defeat proved costly as Mohamed Salah scored Liverpool’s third soon after getting past Charlie Daniels with ease. With the goal, Salah became the first Premier League player to score 20 goals in all competition this season.

The Egyptian literally toyed with the left-back on the right channel and Daniels didn’t even cope with Salah’s pace and trickery. The scoreline would have been more had Liverpool been a bit precise. Salah, on his part, came close to scoring a couple of times, but his shot flew far from the post.

Alex Oxlade Chamberlain, on the other hand, struck the post and Roberto Firmino too saw his shot get deflected off a Bournemouth defender. The Brazilian eventually put the final nail on Bournemouth’s coffin with a well-placed header.

The Reds dominated the proceedings right from the first whistle and managed 21 shots on goal throughout the game, with 7 of them coming on target. A well-deserved victory to say the least and this is how fans reacted to the win.

And then there was separate praise for Mohamed Salah as well.