- Asmir Begovic has made eight errors leading directly to a goal in the Premier League since the start of 2017-2018, more than any other player.
It took until midway through the first half for Bournemouth to begin to grow into the game, with Joshua King flashing one low effort across the face of goal before David Brooks drew a smart stop from Alisson Becker and Andrew Surman fired off target from the resulting corner.
Liverpool were the better team from the first whistle and punished Bournemouth as they failed to press, bagging the opener just before half-time. "He's one of the best in the world".
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"But I would say it was a bit of luck because it could have been worse. Let's go home, have food and go again". Then tomorrow a little session; Monday, little session; Tuesday, Napoli. But for today, all good.
West Ham recorded a third straight win to move into the top half by coming from behind to beat Crystal Palace 3-2 thanks to second-half goals from Robert Snodgrass, Javier Hernandez and Felipe Anderson.
Nobody should be surprised about that! His desire to score goals is obvious; nobody should be surprised about that. I heard meanwhile the first goal was offside - before people start making it too big, that didn't happen a lot that we score a goal that is offside.
"We were well in the game at 1-0 down and I thought we were set up to have a really good second half". That's the life of a professional football player as well, he trains on the highest level and he's not even in the squad sometimes. It's clear before and after the game, nothing has changed since then. "It's the ideal way to celebrate it (the 500th appearance)", he said.
The result was in no question when the brilliant Robertson's cross towards Mane's direction was met unwittingly by Cook, who saw the ball enter the back of the net past his own keeper.