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Monday mistakes corrected at Anfield with 9 goals

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Monday mistakes corrected at Anfield with 9 goals

Saturday afternoon brought all the glory to Anfield as a Liverpool side burnt Bournemouth out with a 9 goal thriller to correct Monday mistakes at Old Trafford.

It would have been panic station for Liverpool had they gone into this game dragging for points from a newly promoted Bournemouth side again like they had done in the last 3 games, but ironically, the Reds bounced back in style to hit their opponents with a score line they never dreamt of on the afternoon.

Monday mistakes corrected at Anfield with 9 goals

Monday mistakes corrected at Anfield with 9 goals

An afternoon to forget about it was for a side who knew nothing of the feud between Manchester United and Liverpool, but in some way found themselves paying the price with 9 goals behind their helpless net.

It started with Luis Diaz running into the score sheet to put the Reds ahead, corrected the wrongs from Monday mistakes, then following suit with a second to double the lead by Harvey Eliott.

From then on, the goals rained with Trent Alexander Arnold hitting the net after having faced a lot of criticisms from the media and pundits for his performances ever since the season started.

Monday mistakes corrected at Anfield with 9 goalsMonday mistakes corrected at Anfield with 9 goals

One man who came into the game looking to prove a point though, was Roberto Firmino, who after dabbling in the dark arts of missing from important moments in previous games, put up a performance that was a catalyst to a 9 goal thriller at Anfield.

It was a hattrick of assists for the Brazilian and a brace to mark a total of 100 goals in his overall Liverpool career.

Other highlights on the afternoon at Anfield was new signing, Fabio Carvalho getting on the score sheet, Virgil van Dijk redeeming himself with a goal and a clean sheet, Luis Diaz netting his first brace for Liverpool to become Liverpool’s top scorer this season with 3 goals.

Monday mistakes corrected at Anfield with 9 goals

Monday mistakes corrected at Anfield with 9 goals

Mohamed Salah on the other hand had quite a forgettable afternoon in a Liverpool shirt which he would be okay enough to laugh about considering he didn’t have to add more to the misery of Bournemouth.

In the 4th week of the Premier League, Liverpool stand victor at Anfield 9-0 to AFC Bournemouth.

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