Liverpool defeat Bournemouth 9-0 to equal Premier League best start after the break

Liverpool were absolutely on fire and showed no mercy as they stormed out to a 9-0 victory over Bournemouth. They scored 5 goals in the first half, with Sadio Mane bagging a brace and showing some great dead ball skills. After going down 6-1 at Chelsea last week, it was imperative that Liverpool won this game to get back into their stride.

Liverpool defeat Bournemouth

Liverpool’s emphatic 9-0 victory over Bournemouth at Anfield on Sunday meant that the Reds have now recorded their best start to a Premier League season after the break.

Liverpool had lost four of their previous five league matches before their win over Bournemouth, but they produced an impressive performance against Eddie Howe’s side. Mohamed Salah opened the scoring after 17 minutes, Philippe Coutinho doubled the lead seven minutes before the interval, and Sadio Mane made it three goals in all three periods with a clinical finish. The result means that Liverpool have now accumulated 30 points from their 13 matches so far this season – two more than the second-placed Manchester City.

The result also means that Liverpool are just one point behind Chelsea, who took maximum points from their game against Burnley on Saturday. This is the first time that Liverpool have been equal top of the table after 13 matches since 1977.

Liverpool begin their campaign with a bang

Liverpool recorded their first Premier League win of the season as they defeated Bournemouth 3-0 at Anfield.

Liverpool appeared to be on the back foot straight from the start of the match as they conceded a goal after just six minutes through Callum Wilson. However, Mo Salah came to the rescue with an outrageous equaliser just two minutes later. Liverpool didn’t let their heads drop and went on to score two more goals through Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane in the second half. This marks Liverpool’s ninth consecutive Premier League victory – which is equal to Manchester City’s record set in 2001. In addition, it is their best start to a Premier League campaign after the break.

This is their 10th year in the top flight, but so far nothing to shout about

Liverpool have now won 10 of their first 11 Premier League games after the international break, equalling their best start to a season in the competition.

With Liverpool now unbeaten in the league after 10 games, they are just one point behind Chelsea who they last faced on 26th November.

Liverpool’s opponents in their next three Premier League games are Arsenal (away), Everton (at home) and Watford (away).

The Reds are looking for a new start after last season’s dull campaign

After a disappointing season last year, Liverpool are looking to make a fresh start.

The Reds started their Premier League campaign in emphatic fashion with a 4-0 victory over Bournemouth. The result means that the team is now equal with Manchester City at the top of the table after the first 14 games. Jurgen Klopp’s side have scored more goals than any other team in the league and have conceded the fewest goals. This impressive start is down to the hard work and quality of Klopp’s squad.

There was some controversy surrounding Liverpool’s signing of Naby Keita from RB Leipzig, but his impact has been clear so far. The Guinean midfielder has been influential in creating chances for his team-mates and is a threat in the attacking third. Meanwhile, Mohamed Salah continues to be one of the Premier League’s best players. The Egyptian forward has scored 16 goals in 19 appearances this season and is already level with Cristiano Ronaldo on the list of all-time leading scorers for Liverpool.

Liverpool will face some tough competition over the coming months, but they are looking to build on this strong start and achieve their goal of becoming champions again.

Nine goals from Sadio Mane sets the tone in emphatic fashion

Liverpool cruised to a 9-0 victory over Bournemouth on Saturday afternoon, with Sadio Mane scoring six goals in total. The result sets the tone for the remainder of the season – Liverpool will be looking to equal Manchester City’s Premier League best start after the break.

Mane put Liverpool into a commanding position early on, opening the scoring after just four minutes. He then scored another two goals before the half-hour mark, continuing his incredible form this season. The Senegal international has been in superb form this campaign, and his goals prove that Liverpool are still one of the best teams in Europe.

The second half was relatively lacklustre for Liverpool, but they managed to keep a clean sheet and move further ahead in the table. Jürgen Klopp’s men now need only two more wins from their remaining eight games to clinch a first Premier League title since 1990.

Liverpool set up the game brilliantly to take advantage of the Cherries’ mistakes

Liverpool took control from the start of the second half, and went on to win the game 3-1.

The first goal came after a mistake from Bournemouth goalkeeper Asmir Begovic. Philippe Coutinho played a quick ball across the box for Sadio Mane, who finished easily.

Liverpool then got a penalty after Callum Wilson was taken down by James Milner. Mohamed Salah stepped up to take the penalty and made no mistake, sending Begovic the wrong way.

The third goal came in the 74th minute after a brilliant move by Liverpool. Adam Lallana played a long ball to Roberto Firmino, who passed it to Virgil van Dijk. Van Dijk then played a pass through the defence to Salah, who finished easily.

Liverpool now have an excellent chance of equalizing or even beating Manchester City’s record Premier League start.


Liverpool secured a 3-0 victory over Bournemouth in their Premier League clash on Sunday, taking their tally to 12 points after the break.

The result means that Liverpool have now equalled Manchester City’s record of the best start to a Premier League season. The Reds are now just one point behind Pep Guardiola’s side and will be looking to maintain their lead at the top of the table.

It was a dominant performance from Jürgen Klopp’s side, with all three goals coming in the first half. Sadio Mané opened the scoring after just eight minutes, before Mohamed Salah doubled the lead just before the break. Dominic Solanke added a third late on, ensuring that Liverpool maintained their 100 percent home record in the Premier League this season.

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