Victory for Liverpool would take them, temporarily at least, back to the top of the Premier League.
"The first one is a foul actually, but he wants to score the goal so stands on his feet and scores it". Nobody knows what that means, this league is so hard to play.
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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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He wasn't finished just yet as he topped off his afternoon with an outrageous goal where he toyed with the Bournemouth defence and goalkeeper Asmir Begovic.
In doing so, Salah drew level with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as the Premier League's top scorer this season, and he was given the chance to see out the game by Klopp despite matches against Napoli and Manchester United next week.
The reds are away again, this time all the way down on the South Coast, as they face the weekend's early kick off against Bournemouth.
Milner was named as the Reds' right-back for the clash at Dean Court, with Jurgen Klopp having chosen to bench his only fit orthodox right-back in Trent Alexander-Arnold ahead of Tuesday's Champions League match-up with Napoli at Anfield.