Gary Neville was full of praise for Mo Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino this evening, as all three were crucial in the dismantling of Arsenal at Anfield.
The 3-1 win over Unai Emery’s side showed the gulf between the Reds and Manchester City and the rest of the top-six. Even without hitting top gear, the Reds cruised to the three points.
Salah scored twice, with the second one, which you can view again by clicking here, particularly excellent, while Firmino produced a sublime skill in the first half which would have been the best goal of all time had it fully come off.
Mane was quieter but still caused lots of problems with his dribbling and his pace.
Via Sport Bible, Neville said: “Liverpool have signed three £30 million strikers and turned them into £150 million strikers, each and every one of them. They weren’t that good, now they’re outstanding. This is a really good team, and painful for me to watch personally.”
Credit must go to Michael Edwards for picking out the two wingers, and to Jurgen Klopp and his coaching staff for taking them to the next level. The trio are so exciting to watch, even for as big a Manchester United fan as Neville.