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Liverpool destroys Watford

Liverpool destroys Watford

Liverpool, with an imperial Mohamed Salah and an accurate Roberto Firmino, who made a hat trick, destroyed Watford, with Italian Claudio Ranieri on the bench, 0-5, before his visit to Spain to face the Atlético de Madrid in the Champions League.

Those of Jürgen Klopp, who are placed leaders of the Premier League, went over a Watford who was a new coach after the dismissal of Xisco Muñoz and who could not do anything against the steamroller ‘Red.

Salah, in formidable form, commanded operations and led the way to victory in the 9th minute, when he left Danny Rose behind with astonishing ease to filter an outside pass that left Sadio Mané alone against Ben Foster. . The Senegalese first scored his 100th goal in the Premier League.

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The gale was such that Watford did not shoot for the first 45 minutes. Before the break, Roberto Firmino extended the advantage, by pushing a pass from James Milner’s death, and after passing through the locker room the Brazilian made his double by culminating a counterattack in which Craig Cathcart almost scored his own goal.

With the Watford surrendered, the magical moment of Salah would arrive. In front of the fans displaced to Vicarage Road, the Egyptian slipped on the ball between three players, knocked Cathcart down with a feint and crossed it at Foster’s far post.

A brutal goal for Salah, who also equals Didier Drogba as the highest African scorer in Premeir history with 104 goals. In injury time, Firmino took advantage of a good play by Neco Williams’ wing to push the fifth into the net.

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The ‘Reds’ are at the top of the table, with 18 points, two more than Chelsea, which has yet to play, and four more than Manchester City, Manchester United, Everton and Brighton & Hove Albion, which also have a game less.

Watford, waiting for the day to be completed, is fifteenth with seven units, four above the relegation zone. EFE (HN)

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