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English Premier League Game week 1: How All the Big Clubs Performed



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After the Football World Cup and a brief pre-season, the fan favorite English Premier League 2018-19 has hit the ground running from this Friday night. After the first game week, Liverpool have placed themselves at the zenith of the League Table courtesy their 4-0 triumph over West Ham at Anfield. The top 5 clubs, Manchester City, Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea, Tottenham kicked off their campaign with expected victories.

 Manchester United

Manchester United commenced the first match of this term’s Premier League involving a big team, on Friday night. At Old Trafford, they saw off Leicester 2-1, thanks to Paul Pogba and Luke Shaw strikes. Jamie Vardy scored a late goal for the Foxes.



Tottenham got all the three points against Newcastle at St James’ Park by virtue of Jan Vertonghen and Dele Alli goals.



Chelsea played to a convincing 3-0 victory over Huddersfield. All eyes were on new manager Sarri and he delivered, as delivered the new signings along with the current players. N’Golo Kante, Jorginho and Pedro scored the three goals to chalk out the winning start to their campaign.


For the first time under the tenure of Jurgen Klopp, the owners invested some money and pundits are considering the Reds as Title contenders. Liverpool were brilliant in their 4-0 victory over West Ham United and dazzled the most among all the clubs.


Manchester City and Arsenal


Manchester City vs Arsenal was the biggest face off in the Premier League game week one. Pep Guardiola’s City, the defending champions started the match as favorites and they delivered. At the Emirates Stadium, they got off to 2-0 win over Arsenal, with the Raheem Sterling and Bernardo Silva goals separating the teams at the score sheet. Expectations were high from the new Arsenal manager, Unai Emery but the Gunners churned out a poor performance.



Apart from the stunning goals, the highlights of the first game week were Jurgen Klopp’s goal celebration and Sarri’s cigarette chewing.




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Manchester United 2-0 Burnley: Video Highlights, Review



Manchester United snatched a crucial away victory at Turf Moor to ease the mounting pressure as striker Romelu Kukaku struck twice.


Burnley Starting 11: Hart, Bardsley, Tarkowski, Mee, Taylor, Lennon, Westwood, Cork, McNeil, Hendrick, Wood.

Substitutes: Heaton, Lowton, Vokes, Barnes, Ward, Vydra, Long.

Manchester United Starting 11: De Gea, Valencia, Smalling, Lindelof, Shaw, Fellaini, Matic, Pogba, Lingard, Lukaku, Sanchez.

Substitutes: Bailly, Rashford, Martial, Grant, Fred, Young, Ander Herrera.

The fixture was an eventful one. The United fans threw their full support behind manager Jose Mourinho and anti-Ed Woodward banner (‘Woodward is a specialist in failure’) was flown above the stadium. Lukaku scored in 27th and 44th minutes to double the lead for the Red Devils. Take a look at the Lukaku goals:

United should have scored four but Burnley goalkeeper Hart came out with some fantastic saves although he was at fault for Lukaku’s opener as he should have done better. Burnley was exhausted following their testing Thursday encounter with Olympiacos at the Europa League and United just exploited that. Pogba missed a penalty at the 69th minute, also missed a chance to score denying Lukaku from a potential hattrick in the second half. At the 71st minute, rash Rashford was shown a red card for headbutting Bradsley.

United enjoyed 54% possession and made 21 shots (9 being on target), compared to Burnley’s 9 (2 being on target).

Fellaini was brilliant for United in the middle of the park as he allowed other United midfielders to break free and feed the forwards. Broke up opposition attacks and was fantastic aerially as well. Rashford later apologized for his red card, he said: “Emotions got the better of me, I shouldn’t of reacted like that. Sorry to everyone at the club and all the fans.”

Left-back Shaw was particularly brilliant. Also, the linkup between Sanchez and Lukaku was a major highlight.

After the match, Mourinho quipped: “I am delighted and some of you (media) must be disappointed.” The boss also said that Pogba can continue taking penalties if he wants.

*Match Highlights*



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Manchester City 2-1 Newcastle: Video Highlights and Review



Manchester City emerged victorious at the Etihad Stadium over Newcastle to keep the pressure at Liverpool and Chelsea, who are occupying the top two places at the League table after four matches, before going into the International Break.

It was a vintage Pep Guardiola football by City. Tucked in, attacking, overlapping fullbacks, short passes, 15 yards passes, quick transitions, creative midfield and lethal attack. City would have scored more goals had they not been wasteful.

Raheem Sterling provided City an early lead at the 8th minute after Newcastle skipper Lascelles gave space to City fullback Mendy, who fed to Sterling for the well-taken goal.

Newcastle Right-back Yedlin pulled one back beautifully at the 30th minute to score his first Premier League goal for Newcastle. The full-back churned out a gut-busting 70-yard run and brilliantly scored from Rondon cross.

Just into the seventh minute, City right-back Kyle Walker scored a 30-yard piledriver, undoubtedly the strike of the day, at the 52nd minute to hand City the lead.

Here is the strike:

Guardiola reaction after the goal:

City enjoyed 78% ball possession and 24 shots (8 being on target), compared to Newcastle’s 3 shots (2 being on target). Clear dominance.

*Managers’ Speak*

Guardiola told BBC Sport: “To start with 10 points from 12 is a good start for us. We dropped to points against Wolves but the performance was quite good and we created chances. I am not disappointed in the way we played. If you don’t win a game then it is important to win the next one.”

Benitez told BBC Sport: “I am really pleased with the effort, mentality and team spirit. We were in the game for a while. We gave the ball away or the first and the second was a great goal.”

*Lineups/Player Ratings*

Manchester City Starting 11: Ederson (7), Walker (8.5), Stones (6.5), Laporte (5.5), Mendy (6), Fernandinho (6.5), D. Silva (6.5), Mahrez (6), Sterling (7.5), Jesus (6), Aguero (7).

Used Subs: Kompany (5), Gundogan (6), B. Silva (6.5).

Newcastle United Starting 11: Dubravka (8), Yedlin (7.5), Clark (6.5), Fernandez (5.5), Lascelles (5), Dummett (5.5), Diame (5.5), Ki (6), Kenedy (5.5), Perez (5.5), Rondon (5).

Used Subs: Atsu (6), Murphy (6), Joselu (6).

Kompany was presented with a memento for his ten years of service for the Citizens. Leroy Sane was a notable absentee from the squad amidst rumors of his attitude problem.

*Match Highlights*

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Chelsea 2-0 Bournemouth: Video Highlights, Review



Chelsea earned a hard-fought victory over Bournemouth at the Stamford Bridge to win their first four Premier League opening matches for the sixth time. The last time this same feat was achieved, the Blues went on to win the League under Jose Mourinho back in 2014/15.

Chelsea enjoyed 73% ball possession and 24 shots (6 being on target)over the course of the match, compared to 27% possession and 8 shots (1 being on target) on the goal of Bournemouth. Despite domination the ball, Chelsea found it really difficult to break the deadlock against a deep sitting and resilient Bournemouth defense.

Marcos Alonso was a revelation for the Blues, as the left wing-back was the most lethal attacking outlet, especially in the first hour of the game. Alonso almost scored in the first half. Bournemouth were left to rue the missed chances by ex-Chelsea man Nathan Ake and Callum Wilson. The visiting side had their chances as well but Wilson and Ake squandered the easiest of them.

When it looked like the tie is eventually going to be ended with the sides sharing the points, substitute Pedro scored a beautiful goal at the 72nd minute. The slick one-two play with Giroud, the meticulous feint, and the sublime finish make the Pedro goal special. Hazard doubled the Chelsea lead at the 85th minute.

*Managers’ Speak*

Chelsea boss Sarri told Sky Sports: “This kind of match usually you can win in the last 20-25 minutes. The match was very difficult against a very organized team. They defended very aggressively and the situation was not so easy.”

Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe said: “We had good opportunities. We knew today was probably going to be a counter-attack day and set plays, and it turned out that way. It was a good chance for Callum and Nathan’s one is a big moment in the game because you are trying to take the lead and make it difficult for Chelsea.”



Chelsea starting xi: Kepa, Alonso, Rudiger, Luiz, Azpilicueta, Jorginho, Kante, Kovacic, Willian, Hazard, Morata

Used Subs: Pedro, Giroud, Loftus-Cheek

Bournemouth: Begovic, Smith, Francis, Ake, Cook, Rico, Gosling, Lerma, Fraser, King, Wilson

Used Subs: Mousset, Ibe, Cook

The first goal


The second goal


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Arsenal 3-2 Cardiff: Video Highlights, Review



Arsenal clinched a thriller at the Vicarage Road against Cardiff to snatch three points. Manager Emery Unai would be content with the grit shown in the victory and with the attacking display but poor defending at times will add cracks to his forehead.

The Gunners started with a 4-2-3-1 formation with Cech, Bellerin, Sokratis, Mustafa, Monreal; Xhaka, Guendouzi; Aubameyang, Ozil, Ramsey; Lacazette. The Cardiff starting 11 was: Etheridge, Camarasa, Manga, Morrison, Bennett, Hoilett, Arter, Ralls, Bamba, Reid, Ward.

Arsenal enjoyed 74% ball possession and played 635 passes, compared to 233 passes of Cardiff. Clearly, the Gunners saw more of the ball. Cardiff had 14 shots (3 being on target) and Arsenal had 17 shots with 11 being on target.

Arsenal defender Mustafi handed them an early lead at the 11th minute as his powerful header met Xhaka’s corner to find the net with perfection. However, his ‘Albanian Eagle’ celebration can cause punishment from the FA as it has a display of political symbolism.

2 minutes into the stoppage time after the regulation 45 minutes in the first half, Camarasa equalized for Cardiff to score Cardiff’s first PL home goal this season as he fired into the top of the net. Xhaka was mainly responsible to give away the ball that led to the attack to the goal against sloppy Arsenal. Joe Bennett’s calculated cross from the left was the feeder of the goal.

Aubameyang restored Arsenal’s lead at the 62nd minute with a gorgeous humdinger from a Lacazette assist.

Cardiff leveled terms once again as striker Danny Ward scored at the 70th minute. As Sean Morrison headed the ball for Ward, the forward scored from a fantastic header to nod in off the net.

At the 81st minute, Lacazette put his name into the scoresheet with a thunderous strike to the top of the net as Torreira fed him.

For Cardiff, Camarasa was the best player. Reid also stole the show. The Bluebirds fought valiantly as they did not allow the Gunners to dominate the space much.

Lacazette has now been directly involved in 10 goals (8 goals and 2 assists) in his last nine starts for the London club. Torreira was outstanding once again with 100% passing accuracy (26/26 passes), 33 touches, 3 tackles, 1 dribble, 1 interception, and 1 assist.

*Match Highlights*

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Liverpool 2-1 Leicester: Video Highlights and Review




Leicester City Starting 11: Schmeichel, Chilwell, Maguire, Morgan, Pereira, Ndidi, Mendy, Albrighton, Maddison, Gray, Ghezzal.

Liverpool Starting 11: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Virgil, Robertson, Wijnaldum, Henderson, Milner, Salah, Firmino, Mane.

For Liverpool, Shaqiri, Keita, and Matip came from the bench to play in the second half and for the Foxes, Iheanacho and Okazaki were the impact substitutions.

Liverpool deservingly came out victorious from their visit to King Power Stadium against Leicester City to place themselves at the top the table once again with 12 points from four Premier League games. It’s for the first time since 1990, Liverpool have won four out of four of the opening League games.

Liverpool got off to a breezy start. Within first 15 minutes, the Reds could have been three goals up. Salah missed an easy chance very early. After a barrage of attacks and slick play between the Liverpool front three, Liverpool managed to break the deadlock at the 10th minute, thanks to left-back Robertson and Mane. Robertson burst into a run like a raging bull to outpower Foxes’ right-back Ricardo and provide a beautiful cutback to Mane. Senegal International Mane found the back of the net with a meticulous finish.

Throughout the first half, Liverpool dominated the game. At the fag end of the first half, Firmino doubled the Liverpool lead from a brilliant header at the 45th minute, from a pinpoint Milner delivery from the corner. Leicester paid the price for no man-marking as the Brazilian virtually had none to mark him.

In the first half, Leicester paid the price for not playing a proper number nine. Without a striker in Vardy’s suspension, there was zero penetration in the Leicester attack. The second half was an entirely different story, as Henderson was poor against a pressing Leicester City and the Liverpool midfield was especially poor in the second half. Leicester did not do the same mistake as the first half as they brought in striker Iheanacho. At the 63rd minute, due to Liverpool number one Alisson Becker’s howler, Iheanacho won the ball and set it up for Ghezzal for the tap-in to score the Foxes’ goal. Following the goal, though the home side didn’t get any clear-cut chance to score, they kept Liverpool on their toes throughout. In the end, it was a hard fought win for Liverpool as the tie looked like a game of evens.

Joe Gomez was the man of the match. Both Van Dijk and Gomez was fantastic overall with 13 clearances, 4 interceptions and 100% aerial duel winnings.

Without playing full throttle football and without their high-intensity energy-sapping football, the Reds are churning out victories from even tough away fixtures like this. A potential Title winner? Yes.


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Tottenham 3-0 Manchester United: Video Highlights, Match Review, Reactions, Lukaku Trolled



Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino enjoyed his first triumph at the Old Trafford for the first time after an array of defeats to Manchester United, without even scoring a goal. The 3-0 win over United meant three consecutive victories in the League for Spurs, whereas the Red Devils suffered back-to-back defeats.

The aftermath of this 0-3 thumping, getting handed two defeats in opening three League games for the first time in his career, saw United manager Jose Mourinho walking out of the Post-match Press Conference, shouting ‘respect, respect, respect!’ and even taking a dig at other managers. Mourinho said: “Three-nil. What this means? 3-0 but also means three Premier Leagues. And I won more alone than the other 19 managers together.”




Lucas Moura was brilliant for the Spurs. After a not-so-happening first half, Harry Kane struck the first blood at the 50th minute. After just 133 seconds, Moura scored at the 52nd minute. Moura put the London club three up at the 84th minute. Even though United enjoyed 57% ball possession and 23 shots, they were largely ineffective as they had only 5 shots on target and left to rue Romelu Lukaku missing a sitter. United basically played a 3-5-2, Spurs lined up in a 4-3-3, sometimes reverting to a diamond and 4-2-3-1.

Man of the Match Lucas Moura had 35 touches, 26 sprints and 2 goals in the match.

United Starting 11: De Gea, Valencia, Shaw, Jones, Smalling, Matic, Fred, Herrera, Pogba, Lingard, Lukaku.

Spurs Starting 11: Lloris, Trippier, Rose, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Dier, Dembele, Alli, Eriksen, Moura, Kane.

Some Reactions:





United defense was particularly poor, especially Centre-Backs, Lindelof, Jones, and Smalling. Left-back Luke Shaw had a fantastic game, probably he was the best Red Devils player on the pitch. Pogba had an extremely poor game, a 4/10 performance. In United’s actual starting back three with Smalling and Jones, Herrera had a poor game. Pogba, Matic, and Fred- all three were poor in the central midfield. In the first half, Lingard was fantastic, working hard and pressing high. Lukaku and Lingard should have scored between themselves but they could not get United a result.

Kane brilliant header




United striker Lukaku was mercilessly trolled





The Video highlights of the match:

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Liverpool 1-0 Brighton: Video Highlights, Review and Reactions



Liverpool have climbed to the zenith of the English Premier League table after grinding out a 1-0 victory over Brighton and Hove Albion. The Reds snatched the full three points at the Anfield stadium as they made a hat-trick of triumphs. Mohamed Salah, the beloved Egyptian King of Liverpool scored a brilliant goal at the 23rd minute, displaying sublime first touch and finish from a Roberto Firmino assist. With this goal, Salah has now scored 29 goals in the last 29 games at Anfield and has taken his tally of direct involvement in goal to 44 (33 goals and 11 assists) since last season.

Liverpool Starting 11 was: Alisson, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joe Gomez, Virgil Van Dijk, Robertson. Milner, Keita, Wijnaldum, Salah, Mane, Firmino. Later in the second half, Jordon Henderson, Daniel Sturridge, and Joel Matip were brought to the middle and they were decent too, along with the starting 11.

The reaction from Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, after Salah scored the opener

Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson was once again outstanding between the woods, with a match-winning save at the late 80+ minutes of the game, being the highlight

The game saw Liverpool grinding out a scrappy win but nobody can win by big margin each and every game. So, churning out three points in not-so-good games is a mandate if League triumph is to be achieved. The game was a tale of two halves. In the first half, after setting the paddle in, Liverpool displayed scintillating football adorned with waves after waves of attack. The Reds should have been three up by the half-time. The second half was probably the worst half by Klopp’s Liverpool as the Reds looked disorganized and were not going for penetrative attacking. The defensive resilience and the excellence of Alisson were instrumental in Liverpool getting the three points as the Kopites survived second-half resurgence of Brighton.

The brilliance of Alisson resulted in Liverpool is the only team yet to concede a Premier League goal. The way Milner won the ball in the buildup of Salah’s goal, was a major highlight of the game. The mojo of Salah, Mane, Firmino and their silky link-up play were eye-catching but midfielder Wijnaldum (completed 75 of his 76 passes) and left-back Robertson (was delivering lethal deliveries to our front three),  were absolutely world-class, equally instrumental in the victory.

Right back Alexander Arnold’s stats:

69 passes, 81% pass accuracy, 2 key passes, 1 dribble won, 4 tackles won, 1 interception, 2 clearances, and 1 aerial won.


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Arsenal 3-1 West Ham: Video Highlights, Review, Reactions



After facing back-to-back defeats to Manchester City and Chelsea, new Arsenal boss Unai Emery has tasted victory for his new club Arsenal as the Gunners beat West Ham 3-1 at the Emirates. The Hammers faced three successive defeats this season on the trot at the London Derby as they could not manage to hold on to the lead Marko Arnautovic furnished them at the 25th minute.

Arsenal defender Nacho Monreal leveled terms at the 30th minute. At the 70th minute, Hammers’ player Diop put the ball into their own net after Alexandre Lacazette fired the ball into Ham box in a bid to find Aubameyang. At the 92nd minute, striker Danny Welbeck chipped in with an injury-time late goal. The Gunners came from behind to stamp an authoritative Three-One victory to register their first Premier League triumph this season.

Arsenal attacking midfielder Mesut Ozil was left out of the team as he had a fallout with the manager reportedly.

Arsenal Starting Line-up: Cech, Bellerin, Mustafi, Sokratis, Monreal, Guendouzi, Xhaka, Iwobi, Ramsey, Mkhitaryan, Aubameyang.

Substitutes: Leno, Holding, Elneny, Torreira, Welbeck, Lacazette.

West Ham Starting Line-up: Fabianski, Fredericks, Balbuena, Diop, Masuaku, Sanchez, Wilshere, Antonio, Snodgrass, Anderson, Arnautovic.

Moment of the match:

Arsenal first goal:

Rightback Bellerin surged forward on the overlap and slid the ball and Monreal made no mistake sliding the ball home.

Arsenal second goal:

Arsenal third goal: Substitute Welbeck scored within 10 minutes.

As Arsenal managed their first victory under new manager Emery in the third attempt, the social media was quick to see the funny side.


With this match, Arsenal’s last 21 games against West Ham in the Premier League:


(Courtesy: Squawka Stats)

Goalscorer Monreal had a stunning game as Arsenal fans hailed him as the best left back and best center back for Arsenal. Iwobi was not good enough in his 100th appearance for the Gunners. Bellerin was very good offensively. Lucas Torreira was outstanding as with his incoming, Xhaka, Bellerin, Ramsey and Arsenal defenders looked much better. It will not be a hyperbole to say that Torreira and Lacazette changed the complexion of the game. Arsenal enjoyed a decent second half as Torreira-Xhaka midfield worked wonders and Ramsey improved too. Aubameyang was poor today.


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Manchester City 1-1 Wolves: Video Highlights, Ratings and Review



Defending champions Manchester City were held to a 1-1 draw at Molineux against a spirited Wolverhampton as the sides shared a point. Despite the 72% ball possession the Citizens enjoyed, or their 6 on target goal attempts compared to 2 of Wolves, the match probably resulted in a fair result as the Pep Guardiola side was a bit off color today.

Wolves’ Boly gave them a lead at the 57th minute as his header undid Ederson. Since the ball touched Boly’s arm too, the post-match controversy took place but during the game, neither City players, nor the referee spotted it. Laporte equalized at the 68th minute as Gundogan’s pinpoint delivery met his fantastic header. However, the City goal was scored from an apparent Sterling dive.


Wolves: Rui Patricio, Bennett, Coady, Boly, Doherty, Neves, Moutinho, Jonny, Jota, Jimenez, Costa.
Substitutes: Gibbs-White, Ruddy, Saiss, Vinagre, Hause, Bonatini, Traore.

Manchester City: Ederson, Walker, Vincent Kompany, Aymeric Laporte, Benjamin Mendy, Fernandinho, Ilkay Gundogan, Bernardo Silva, David Silva, Raheem Sterling, Sergio Aguero.
Substitutes: John Stones, Fabian Delph, Leroy Sane, Mahrez, Otamendi, Gabriel Jesus, Muric.

Funny Moment of the match:

The controversial Wolves goal

The Laporte equalizer

How City stars fared:

Ederson: The goalkeeper was fantastic once again between the sticks and saved Costa’s attempts, was not much at fault for the Wolves goal.

Kompany: Made his 250th appearance in the Premier League today as the first Belgian but he was poor, making rash and untimely challenges.

Laporte: His bullet header earned City the draw. Was solid defensively, as well as operating as an attacking outlet. Maintained his no-defeat record at City.

Mendy: His foul throw generated a lot of laughter. The full-back never looked interested in defending, as he was interested in attacking only. Mendy provided width and depth in the attack on the left.

Fernandinho: Made many mistakes, was below average today. Only glaring chink in the midfield armor of City. Wolves’ Ruben Neves outclassed Fernandinho through and through.

Gundogan: Above average. But his cross to Laporte was class.

Bernardo Silva: The best City midfielder in the first half, controlled the tempo well.

David Silva: Was brought down but probably not good enough for the penalty. Below par as per his own standard.

Sterling: Looked sharp. Forced Patricio to make a brilliant save.

Aguero: FPL merchants were disappointed too as the striker wasn’t impressive, hit the woodwork twice.




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“Fans Deserve To Know The Truth”: Liverpool Star Adamant



Manager Jurgen Klopp infused an attractive, high octane firebrand football since taking over Liverpool. However, his attacking and high pressing football philosophy became postpubescent since last season with the lethal front three consisting of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino, and Sadio Mane.

The front three enjoys deep friendship amongst themselves and the brotherhood is not only evident from their on-field link ups, but also from the way the trio broke out into the impromptu jigs and celebrations after scoring.


It’s a common perception though, that Bobby Firmino, the colorful Latin American is the creator of the special celebrations and Mane, the soft-spoken one, copies the celebrations, be it the flying kung-fu kicks or the double pistol celebration.

But, now in an interview with Copa90, the Senegalese winger has decided to dispel the myth. According to him: “The fans deserve to know the truth. Firmino copies me, not me copying him.” He also added: “The kick was me. We try it in training. He scored and I was behind him and he did it.”

Mane also claims that the “dance with Philippe and Bobby was mine too.”

Sizzling Sadio also has revealed who the funniest persons are in the Liverpool players’ Whatsapp Group. The 26-year-old reveals that left-back Andy Robertson is funny but James Milner is probably the funniest as the veteran is the one who sends ‘funny videos and images’. On Milner, the winger added: “Honestly, he’s so, so funny, sometimes.”

The scintillating trio of Salah-Mane-Firmino seems to have started this season exactly from where they left the last season off. Buoyed by world-class additions in the team in Brazil number 1 Alisson Becker, midfielders Naby Keita and Fabinho, attacking midfielder Xherdan Shaqiri, Liverpool are strong favorites for the English Premier League along with Manchester City. The Merseysiders have started the season brightly with two successive resounding victories over West Ham and Crystal Palace. The brilliance of the front three is making fans dream about Uefa Champions League too, after last season’s heartbreak in the Final in Kiev.

Arguably, in this season’s two matches so far, Mane has been the best player for Liverpool.

Mane has been involved in 19 goals in his last 18 matches for Liverpool (14 goals, 5 assists) in all competitions.

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