Follow-up – Mohamed Mustafa:
Liverpool scored a 5-0 victory over Manchester United in the ninth round of the English Premier League.
Liverpool raised its score to 21 points, one point behind leaders Chelsea, while Manchester United remained in sixth place with 14 points.
Salah scored 3 goals, the third, fourth and fifth, and made another for Keita at the beginning of the match, while Jota scored the second goals after following Arnold’s cross.
Manchester United squad: David de Gea, Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw, McTominay, Marcus Rashford, Fred, Bruno Fernandes, Mason Greenwood, Cristiano Ronaldo.
Liverpool lineup: Alisson Becker, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Konate, Virgil van Dijk, Andy Robertson, James Milner, Jordan Henderson, Naby Keita, Mohamed Salah, Firmino, Diogo Jota.
The match began with a dangerous opportunity for United in the fourth minute, after Ronaldo passed a superb pass to Bruno Fernandes, who threw the ball out of the goal.
Liverpool responded quickly and Mohamed Salah passed a wonderful ball in the sixth minute to score Keita’s first goal for Liverpool.
Liverpool continued their pressure and succeeded in the 14th minute to add the second goal after a wonderful cross from Arnold, which Jota turned into the goal.
Luke Shaw hit a powerful shot in the 22nd minute that passed just past the post.
Salah was alone in the goal, but De Gea starred to save his goal.
Mohamed Salah added the third goal in the 39th minute, after following Keita’s cross to widen the difference, and the first half ended with the Reds advancing by a clean four.
With the beginning of the second half, Mohamed Salah added the fifth goal after being alone with goalkeeper De Gea to easily put it in the goal.
Video technology canceled a goal for Ronaldo for offside.
Substitute Paul Pogba received a red card immediately after a strong intervention against Keita, who went out on a stretcher to replace Chamberlain.
Solskjaer then made two substitutions, with Cavani coming in instead of Bruno Fernandes, and Dalot instead of Rashford.
Liverpool dominated the game, and Klopp pushed Sadio Mane instead of Firmino.
The match continued until its end amid the control of the Reds until the referee blew the final whistle, with the Reds winning by five.