Reactions and numbers at Liverpool’s 0-5 win over Watford

Reactions and numbers at Liverpool’s 0-5 win over Watford
Reactions and numbers at Liverpool’s 0-5 win over Watford

Quite a few smiles and hugs were exchanged between the Liverpool players after the terrible 0: 5 they inflicted today (Saturday) on the unfortunate Watford away. Claudio Ranieri who was back on the lines in the Premier League hoped that his debut as the Wasps coach would look different, but Jurgen Klopp’s side celebrated at the expense of his players as Roberto Firmino scored a hat-trick, with both Mana and Salah scoring and scoring impressive milestones.

First, Firmino became the first Brazilian to score a hat-trick on two different occasions in the Premier League. The last time the striker scored three times was against Arsenal in December 2018. Sadio Mane, on the other hand, scored his 100th goal in the league and became the third African ever to do so after Didier Drogba and Muhammad Salah.

The reactions

In addition, Mana is the third player in the history of the Premier League to score a hundred goals in a competition when none of them is a penalty. And as for Salah? He scored in his eighth straight game for the Mighty Reds, with the last to do so being Daniel Sturridge in December 2014.

Liverpool coach Jürgen Klopp Rejoiced at the end from Muhammad Salah: “Come on, who is better than him? We should not talk about what Messi and Ronaldo have done in world football, but right now – he is the best. His abilities today were amazing. The cooking for the first goal was wonderful and the goal he scored was very special “He’s at the top. Everyone sees it.”

On the explosion of his team: “After the national team break it’s hard to find the right pace after the players have played in different settings and different patterns. However, the guys were very good even though we only trained together once before the game. I think Watford had ideas on how to succeed in the game, but we They were simply not allowed to implement them. “

Muhammad Salah, Liverpool | Reuters

Muhammad Salah said at the end: “We did not want to start this game like we started against City. We talked to each other in the locker room and said we would start this game strong, and that is what we did.” Regarding the wonderful goal he scored: “It could be that the goal I scored last week was more beautiful, but what matters is that it helps the team.”

The Egyptian was asked if he was in the best shape ever during this period: “I do not know if it is so, I just try to do my best. Sometimes I do not always go and then I have a hard time scoring. Sometimes I am lucky, sometimes not. Right now I feel confident “I feel confident in my ability to score and in my ability to help the team.”

The numbers

* Sadio Mane has scored his 100th Premier League goal, and is the third player in league history to do so when none of the goals were scored by Pendel. In addition, the Senegalese became the third African to score such an amount of goals in the Premier League after Didier Drogba and Muhammad Salah.

At 35 and 285 days old, James Milner has become the oldest player to cook for Liverpool in the Premier League since Gary McLeister (36 and 299 days) in 2001 against Leicester.

* This is the eighth game in a row that Muhammad Salah has won for Liverpool. This is the Mighty Reds’ best scoring streak since Daniel Sturridge this February 2014, so the streak stopped at eight. Where will the continuum of the Egyptian stop?

* Roberto Firmino scored his second hat-trick ever in the Premier League and thus became the first Brazilian to do so. The last time Firmino scored three times was against Arsenal in December 2018.

* The hat-trick scored by Firmino was the 41st in Liverpool’s history in the Premier League, which lifted it to the top in terms of that figure, with Arsenal in second place with 40.

In the upcoming Premier League round, Liverpool will host Manchester United for a game to be played on Sunday in the ninth round. Earlier, the Mighty Reds will host Atletico Madrid in the Champions League.

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