Published: Sat, December 08, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Dora Pope

Mohamed Salah turns down MOTM award, hands it to Milner

Mohamed Salah turns down MOTM award, hands it to Milner

The Reds travelled to the south coast knowing victory against Eddie Howe's side would see them top the Premier League table, with Manchester City facing Chelsea at Stamford Bridge later in the day.

Jurgen Klopp agreed with the sentiment and praised the forward's honesty for staying on his feet for the second goal after Bournemouth's Steve Cook attempted to make a cynical foul.

8 - After a shuffle at Burnley in midweek, Klopp named a more recognisable starting XI and was rewarded with a better performance. Sadio Mane is a major doubt, but Georginio Wijnaldum and Andy Robertson is back in the reckoning. The No.10 came off the bench for the final 25 minutes.

Standing next to Liverpool's James Milner, who was joining a select group of players to have made a landmark 500th Premier League appearance, Salah instead handed the award to his teammate.

A double nutmeg by Naby Keita - who started on the left of Liverpool's 4-2-3-1 formation, with Firmino central and Xherdan Shaqiri on the right behind Salah - on Simon Francis and Jefferson Lerma was the highlight of an otherwise uneventful start to the game.

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He's called the Egyptian King for a reason.

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. Not the most impressive finish, but I would say pretty surprising.

Salah then added a fourth for the Reds with a classy goal to seal his hat-trick with 14 minutes to go.

But the Egyptian has proven his pedigree by continuing to hit the back of the net.

Liverpool have not lost any of the 23 away matches in all competitions in which Firmino has scored (20 wins, three draws).

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