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With spirits high after their midweek victory of Huddersfield Town, it’s perhaps unsurprising that several members of the Liverpool squad were in a delightful mood.

Emre Can, a goalscorer against Huddersfield on Tuesday, was joined by teammates Gini Wijnaldum and Sadio Mane for some carpool karaoke. Can drove with Wijnaldum in the passenger seat and Mane at the back, as they travelled from Anfield to the club’s Melwood training ground.

While the German took the wheels, he was collectively picked as the best-looking player inside the car.

“Even on a bad day you look good!” joked Wijnaldum, who took the centre-stage as he led the way with his rendition of ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’.

Mane, sporting a red cap and a camouflage jumper, opted not to sing, and just sat back and enjoyed it all. When Wijnaldum insisted that he was the most intelligent person, the Senegalese argued against it.

Wijnaldum looked to be funniest amongst the trio and presented a Bob Marley classic – Three Little Birds. And before the journey came to an end, the Liverpool fans were given an insight into the Dutchman’s voice as he sang the club anthem and convinced Can to join him.

Just for a good measure, the trio had an amazing time as they sang, rapped, discussed on various things during the trip. Other insights come in the form of the biggest moaner and a blank call to a teammate. Watch the video below.

The Reds had a forgettable last week as the boys first lost 1-0 to Swansea City at Liberty Stadium, before getting dumped out of the FA Cup by West Brom. Those were chastening defeats and getting eliminated from the FA Cup was a tough pill to swallow.

We needed a reaction, like our gaffer Jurgen Klopp called out for and the team reacted in a stunning way, beating Huddersfield comfortably by a 3-0 margin. It was a kind of reaction which Klopp would be proud of and the German manager would now expect our team to start gaining momentum.

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Liverpool equal two more records after their impressive 2-0 win over Fulham



Mohamed Salah Liverpool

Liverpool don’t seem to be the same team from last season, despite boasting an unbeaten record in the Premier League.

The Reds beat Fulham 2-0 to make it 30 points from 12 games, and are just two behind Manchester City who lead the table.

Our attack hasn’t blitzed the opposition like last season, but the numbers suggest this has been an amazing start to the Premier League campaign.

Ian Doyle wrote for the Liverpool Echo about the latest game and claimed that we have matched our best points tally after 12 games.

Doyle further claimed that our goal difference of +18 was the best in terms of Premier League seasons.

Our attack might not be firing on all cylinders but our defence has been exceptional so far. Alisson kept yet another clean sheet on Sunday, and we also equalled the record for clean sheets from 1977-78 and 1978-79.

James Milner scores for Liverpool against Arsenal

In fact, our defence has been the reason why we have done so well this season. We barely seem to concede and Virgil van Dijk has been an exceptional purchase, alongside Alisson.

The pair combined well to start an attack against the Cottagers on Sunday. Van Dijk signalled Alisson to take a free-kick early, and that resulted in Mohamed Salah opening the scoring for the Reds.

The Reds haven’t been that great in the Champions League, and we need to ensure our qualification into the next round.

Read more: “Hopefully they can win the Premier League” – Former Liverpool star urges club to break Premier League duck

Liverpool play Watford after the international break and take on Paris Saint-Germain away a few days later.

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“I can’t believe it”, “Shocked” – Some Liverpool fans unsure about Mohamed Salah’s choice of T-shirt



Mohamed Salah Liverpool

Mohamed Salah is one of the biggest stars in football. The Egyptian has grown in stature since his move to Liverpool from AS Roma last season, and helped Liverpool to a Champions League final too.

The former Roma star is also one of the most recognisable faces in the world, and there have been murals, statues and paintings celebrating the success of the Liverpool attacker.

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the player wants a bit of privacy and Salah tweeted an image of him travelling “incognito”.

The player wearing a Balaclava would not have been much of a problem, but many fans didn’t like his choice of shirt.

The Egyptian wore a “Project-Playboy” shirt and while we cannot say what his intentions were by sporting the shirt, some of the fans questioned his taste, while others some supported him.

Read more: Liverpool handed incredible home record after 2-0 win over Fulham

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“I want to help the team” – Liverpool star wants to continue helping team after impressive performance against Fulham



Xherdan Shaqiri of Liverpool

Xherdan Shaqiri isn’t concerned about how many goals he scores and wants to help Liverpool do well. The Swiss star started in our 2-0 win over Fulham and scored a wonderful volley after Mohamed Salah opened the scoring.

The 26-year-old was pleased with his finish and told Liverpool’s website:

“The [kind of] impact is not so important for me. I want to help the team.

“When it’s with a goal or assist, it’s always good for the team. I came in the summer to help this team go forward and make the process better.

“I’m very happy with my performances, I just have to keep going like this and train hard every day. I hope we keep going until the end like this.”

Although the former Stoke City star hasn’t started many games for Liverpool, the stats are pretty decent for the 26-year-old.

The attacker already has two goals and three assists from four starts, and his performances should put forward his case of starting more games.

The Swiss attacker was the cheapest transfer we made in the summer, but he looks a quality purchase now.

Read more: “Start him every match” – Some Liverpool fans want star to start every game after impressing against Fulham

Jurgen Klopp changed his formation to fit Shaqiri into the starting XI against Fulham. However, the Swiss star was the X Factor in our win over the Cottagers, and hopefully, he keeps getting the starts after the international break too.

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