The Egypt global undoubtedly deserved the award after a masterclass of a performance as Liverpool beat Bournemouth 4-0 at the Vitality Stadium. The Brazilian was originally a right-back before trying things out in midfield for AS Monaco and Saturday could well be a turning point for him as far as his Liverpool career is concerned. "He's had an fantastic career, and I hope we're going to win something together", the Egyptian added. I don't know in the moment a lot of players who would have scored these two goals.
"I can enjoy it [500th game] because we've won 4-0 but it's more something to look back on".
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.
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe said afterwards that he considered Salah to be one of the best players in the world.
Liverpool's two-goal cushion saw them take complete control of the contest, though, and they added a third in fortuitous circumstances with just over 20 minutes remaining when Cook spectacularly backheeled the ball into his own net from Robertson's testing cross.
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"Nobody should be surprised about that [staying on his feet]". His desire is obvious to score goals and that's good for us, that's very good for us.
The win takes Liverpool's points tally to 42 after their opening 16 league fixtures - the club's best-ever start to a top-flight campaign.
The Reds only created six clear chances at Dean Court, and Klopp said that a clinical showing from their No. 11 was the difference. Nobody knows what that means, this league is so hard to play.
"The boys really fight for each yard".