Liverpool guaranteed they never walked alone as they put a splendid execution and exhaustively, heartlessly, unequivocally obliterated a clueless Arsene Wenger’s men pounding them 4-0 at Anfield
The Reds ruled the game all the way as they manage the pace of the game and ran the gunless Gunners battered. Klopps’ men took the game to their guests from the blast of the whistle with deliberate play and constantly heaping all pressure which in the end paid off ahead.
.Joe Gomez crossed the ball for Roberto Firmino who glanced a header past the range of Petr Cech in the seventeenth minute. Saido Mane multiplied the hosts lead on 40 minutes when he cuts in from the left and twists a marvel into the far corner.
After the break, Mohamed Salah made it 3 in the 57th minute when he dashed in through and side footed past Cech. At that point substitute, Daniel Sturridge finished the routing of the already toothless Gunners in the 77th minute when the impressive Mo Salah whipped a cross in for him to nod straight home.
Arsenal was no place close to the tasteful Liverpool as Wenger’s men were totally passed over by the strategic prevalence of Klopp. Wenger’s strategies and plan was by and by called into genuine questioning as the method of reasoning beyond him playing players out of positions and keeping Kolasinac on the sideline and sitting Lacazette for a Welbeck whose finished product is bleakly poor can best be clarified by Wenger alone.
Liverpool closed out the game to record their third consecutive Premier League win against the Gunners for the first time since 1998. Arsenal, on the other hand, will face some serious questions after such a poor performance.