It was a convincing win for the Reds nevertheless with Mane scoring his fourth straight goal in four consecutive appearances for Liverpool; a true display of consistency which his squad needs the most during this time in the league. "It was a tablet that could induce stomach pains". The Liverpool star scored the 48 minute-goal to seal Liverpool's 3-0 win over Bournemouth last night. "I thought that worked quite well for the opening period of the game".
"I remember when Blackburn got over the line in 1994/95, they had a bit of a lead and they just got over the line in the end".
"I think that really they deserved the win, they actually battered Chelsea".
"I think the goal Salah scored today, you don't find a lot of players that would do what Bobby did in that moment", Klopp said. The tablets helped a lot but even at half-time I had to run off quickly to get to the toilet. "I ran inside and I managed to control it!"
With Liverpool top of the league, it is real value for how he has played.
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"But winning the Premier League is about who gets the most points and there's different ways of getting points".
"But if we had been told that at the beginning (of the season) you will have this kind of points (65) everyone would have taken it". You could see at the beginning of the season we have improved. We set up to try and frustrate Liverpool and restrict space.
Wijnaldum is optimistic they can realistically fight on two fronts.
"We have to see how it is going to work".
"Liverpool are a very good side and they will realise they are in for a major battle". We don't think about City, we think about ourselves. In that time Neville has won eight Premier League titles for Manchester United and knows what it takes to come out on top in a tense title race.