Salah silences ‘selfish’ claims as Liverpool score 4-0

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Trent Alexander-Arnold used his incredible passing ability to make an impact within 10 minutes of his return from injury as a substitute against Wolves, when he scored Liverpool’s fourth goal of the night.

Curtis Jones threaded the needle with a perfect one-inch pass to Alexander-Arnold on the right wing, the full-back taking a touch before punching the ball into the box with his trademark accurate delivery.

With Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane waiting behind the scenes, Salah proved that he is not ‘selfish’ at all when he raised his arms and handed the ball to his Senegalese teammate.

Mane looked ready to hit the back of the net, but winger Nelson Semedo slipped and turned the ball into his own net with his valiant effort to keep it out.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain closed claims after an incident 15 months ago, and Andy Robertson echoed that team forwards like Salah are ‘paid to be selfish’ this week by Echo.

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Jurgen Klopp’s men have been exceptional tonight, showing their clinical side to punish the Wolves when they have stayed in space or to capitalize on defensive errors.




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