Mo Salah once again showed why he won the Player of the season last time out and why he finish with the highest goals in the league. The 26 year old Egyptian forward was the hero for Liverpool in their 1-0 win over Brighton at Anfield on Saturday. Liverpool dominated possession from start to finish
Liverpool have started their premier league campaign on a high spirit with an emphatic 4-0 win over West Ham United. Jurgen Klopp men return to the pitch for the first time after that the champions league 4-1 defeat to Real Madrid. However, this time around with Mo Salah finishing the game as against the final.
After what seems to be a relatively good season last term out, after finishing second in the champions league and fourth in the league, Liverpool are set to begin a new quest to challenge on all front. The arrival of new faces at Anfield will give the needed boost to complement what the likes of
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has expressed his delight in his players being able to make-up for their wastefulness in front of goal in the first half to become more clinical in the second half as the Reds put in a five-star performance against Swansea on Boxing day. Jurgen Klopp couldn’t have wished for a
Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard has described Tottenham striker Harry Kane has ‘a freak of a goalscorer’ after he equalled Alan Shearer’s 22-year-old record for the most Premier League goals scored in a calender year. The Tottenham hitman scored a hat-trick in Spurs 3-0 win away at Turf Moor on Saturday, to draw level with the