Liverpool came inches away from capping a devastating performance against Bournemouth with an outstanding team goal.
The Reds were back to their electrifying best on Saturday as they produced a perfect response to sluggish draws against Leicester and West Ham.
First half goals from Sadio Mane and Georginio Wijnaldum gave the hosts a deserved lead at the break, before Mohamed Salah finished off a stunning move to wrap up the points early in the second half.
It could have been four for Jurgen Klopp’s men when Mohamed Salah fired his effort onto the crossbar after tormenting the Cherries with some excellent link up play with Roberto Firmino.
The pair, along with the superb Naby Keita, typified Liverpool’s mood on the day with a purring confidence on the ball and an unmatched injection of pace and intensity.
Had the ball found a way beyond Artur Boruc, it would have marked Salah’s 50th career Premier League goal and his 21st across all competitions so far this season.
Enjoy Liverpool at their explosive best…